Empower vulnerable populations to succeed
Breaking the cycle of poverty is hard. But we’re making important strides. By helping public support and safety net programs work together, we’re transforming lives by improving access to much-needed services and jobs
Complex social and economic issues persist
is spent annually by federal, state and local governments
federal programs support low-income households
individuals live in poverty
Building healthy, thriving communities offers a way forward
It requires a holistic approach. After all, escaping poverty depends on many factors – employment, safe housing, nutrition, health, child care. Our decades of experience across health and human services helps us break down silos between programs to achieve better outcomes.
Person-centered case management
By taking into consideration each individual’s entire situation — including their needs, motivations and barriers — we’re able to help them create a pathway to their goals. We then connect them with the services and programs they need to succeed and become self-sufficient.
Greater coordination of services
When public, private, community and faith-based programs coordinate to serve people better, it increases buy-in from individuals. We help at every step, rethinking outdated rules and even realigning program missions.
Flexible funding of programs
We’ll help you consider new blended and braided funding models. These models can encompass partnerships with other programs and sectors, giving you more flexibility to achieve your goals.
All the support you need
With Maximus, you’ll benefit from best practices and innovations across programs, plus staff as knowledgeable as they are compassionate. See how we can help you maximize administrative and operational efficiency, and enhance support for your citizens.
SNAP/TANF Employment and Training Services
Get people on the path to financial independence while spurring economic development in local communities.
Make it easier for children to receive the financial support they’re entitled to by using our end-to-end services.
Disability Benefits and Services
Provide economic security through SSI/SSDI benefits assessment, plus greater independence through work opportunities.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Ensure families in need get food-purchasing assistance so they have the nutrition so important to development.
Help child welfare and protective services programs keep up with caseloads and better protect children.
Streamline processes for connecting families with Medicaid, CHIP and other government-sponsored programs.
Guiding agencies seamlessly through PHE unwinding
Now that the public health emergency (PHE) measures have begun unwinding, states must initiate eligibility redeterminations for over 90 million beneficiaries. We can help your state navigate the process from start to finish.Learn how we are helping
Forward-thinking employment program in Milwaukee moves people towards resilience
Milwaukee, Wisconsin is the fifth largest city in the Midwest. It is also a city in transition, where workers are re-assessing their priorities and job interests following the pandemic. The Milwaukee FoodShare Employment and Training Program (FSET), operated by Maximus, plays a critical role in helping community members reach their goals. By providing FSET participants with the support, training, and job skills they need to pursue a career that’s right for them – including less traditional career paths like commercial truck driving – we move people towards resilience, stability, and good paying jobs that facilitate economic mobility.Find out how we’re making a difference in Milwaukee
salary of FSET participant turned commercial truck driver
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