Commitments to Missouri's Most Vulnerable Citizens

Governor Parson and his administration have been working hard to protect the health and well-being of all Missourians. Here are the most critical actions he’s taken to protect the health of Missouri’s most vulnerable citizens and combat COVID-19.

  • Governor Parson directed the Family Support Division to waive all work requirements for able-bodied adults without dependents for 90 days

  • Child Care Subsidy benefits are extended for 90 days

  • Provider application renewals are extended for 90 days 

  • Approve additional hours of care for families on a case-by-case basis

  • Waive all Food Stamp adverse action notices for 90 days

  • Waive initial in-person Food Stamp interviews for 90 days

  • Extend Food Stamp certification periods by 6 months – this waiver has been received.

Paid for by Uniting Missouri PAC, Charlotte Boyer, Treasurer