I live alone, can I RECEIVE Bolsa Família? See the program rules for this case

People who live alone can also have access to Bolsa Família, as long as they comply with the rules established by the program.

Bolsa Família is a pillar of support for millions of Brazilians, ensuring a social protection network for those in vulnerable situations.

Now, did you know that even living alone, it is possible to benefit from this essential program? If you have any doubts about how this could be possible, find out about the program's criteria and don't waste time!

If you live alone, see what the Bolsa Família rules are for receiving payment! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

How to sign up for Bolsa Família?

First of all, to enroll in Bolsa Família, it is essential to be registered in the Single Registry for Social Programs of the Federal Government (CadÚnico).

Visit a Social Assistance Reference Center (CRAS) in your city taking personal documents from all family members, such as ID, CPF, birth certificate, proof of residence and proof of income.

After registering with CadÚnico, your family’s socioeconomic profile will be assessed to verify eligibility for Bolsa Família, considering criteria such as monthly per capita income. The monthly per capita income must not exceed R$218.

Understanding the Bolsa Família criteria

For single-person families, a new guideline determined that only 16% of the total amount transferred to each municipality can be allocated to these cases, with a fixed portion of R$600 for new beneficiaries. In any case, it is possible to receive it while living alone.

Program commitments

In addition to meeting the eligibility criteria, it is necessary to fulfill some obligations in the areas of health and education, such as prenatal care, childhood vaccinations and minimum school attendance.

These measures guarantee the well-being of children and adolescents, in addition to ensuring the continuity of the benefit.

Benefits included

The program includes several benefits, such as the Citizenship Income Benefit (BRC), which pays a per capita amount of R$142, and the Complementary Benefit (BCO), ensuring a minimum amount of R$600 per family. There are also benefits focused on early childhood and the nutrition of breastfeeding children.

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Bolsa Família payment calendar

Payments are organized according to the last digit of the Social Identification Number (NIS), with specific dates for each completion. Keep an eye on the calendar so you don’t miss deadlines!

NIS ended 1:16 February;NIS ended 2:19 February;NIS ended 3:20 February;NIS ended 4:21 February;NIS ended 5:22 February;NIS ended 6:22 February; 23 February;NIS ended 7:26 February;NIS ended 8:27 February;NIS ended 9:28 February;NIS ended 0:29 February.

Other benefits of CadÚnico

Furthermore, the Single Registry is the gateway to several social programs in addition to Bolsa Família, such as the Continuous Payment Benefit (BPC), Social Electricity Tariff, Minha Casa Minha Vida Program and more.

Being registered with CadÚnico allows low-income families to have access to these benefits, contributing significantly to improving their quality of life.

CadÚnico is also used to select beneficiaries of employment and professional training programs, ensuring opportunities for the development and financial autonomy of registered families.

Request your rights!

Bolsa Família is vital support for individuals who live alone and face economic challenges. By staying informed about the program’s rules and commitments, you can guarantee your right to benefit and contribute to a more equitable and supportive society.

If you meet the criteria, be sure to check your eligibility and take this important step towards your financial security.

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