HHS245 W 5 DQ 2
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Date Created: 11/10/15
Imagine there is a local welfare agency that exercises consumer sovereignty by giving a specified amount of cash to a family to use for food The family is eligible for the amount but the agency does not follow up to make sure the family spent the money as allocated Explain why this practice is ineffective from the agency39s perspective as well as the family39s perspective How would you advise the agency to help them improve their allocation policy I think that if the welfare agency is going to help these families they should limit the help they give If they don t then the people getting help will never learn to stand on their own two feet and will depend on that help forever and will also treat their kids that it ok When they are out of money they are just going to keep coming back for more Plus if you give money to them then there s no telling of the moneys going to go to what the people need Plus if the people don t need help and can pay for the things they need on their own they can lie and say they need help and just get the money and use it for whatever they want to while there are people out there that really do need help going without So I think that in order to help everyone in need the agency should only help people for a limited amount of time so that the family can get back on their feet and able to take care of themselves without help That way you help people get back on their feet and you can also help more people and you don t run out of money before helping as many people as they can Plus the people that do get back on their feet they can feel better about themselves because they are able to provide for their family on their own
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