As part of the development of its guaranteed revenue program, Los Angeles County will begin accepting requests for monthly payouts tomorrow.
200 individuals who were care children in the past will be chosen for the Breathe program, which will pay them over 2 years. The application period will begin on Tuesday and end at 11:59 p.m. on July 3. The scheme gives participants $1,000 monthly payouts.
The same effort chose 1,000 individuals to earn $1,000 per month for 3 years this past year. According to a Los Angeles County spokesman who talked to the Washington Examiner, the initiative is now expanding to 200 more individuals who will get the same quantity each month for 2 years.
The first 1,000 beneficiaries were chosen at random from a group of qualified applicants.
The minimum age requirement for program growth applicants is 21, and they cannot turn 24 before September 1. Additionally, candidates need to be former adoptive adolescents who had been in care before or on their 18th birthday from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services.