There are various ways people are still collecting stimulus payments that they missed or still need.
In some cases the amount is worth up to $7,500.
Families have lost a lot of the stimulus help they were getting, like the advanced child tax credit payments.
Without the passing of the Build Back Better Bill, the payments cannot continue.
Here are 7 states and cities continuing to help their residents with stimulus payments
California is sending out checks worth $600 and $1,100 to residents that qualify.
These checks are part of the Golden State Stimulus II package and will continue to be sent until Jan. 11, 2022.
In order to qualify you must make below $75,000 and filed your tax return by Oct. 15, 2021.
Los Angeles has started a pilot program, different from the GSS II program.
This will give 3,000 families $1,000 per month for one year.
Chicago has worked a universal basic income plan into their budget.
$35 million has been invested to give families $500 per month.
5,000 low income families will benefit and the payments are expected to start this year.
New Orleans created a financial literacy program for teens and young adults to learn to manage money.
They will receive $350 per month for ten months.
The goal is to solve the issue on why people aren’t using banking in Louisiana.
Newark, New Jersey
In Newark, 400 people will earn universal basic income.
The program is in two parts with one half getting $250 every two weeks.
The other half will get two payments of $3,000.
These programs will last for two years.
In New York, there is a one time stimulus payment worth $2,750 available to 36,000 workers.
These employees are part of the tourism sector and the money is from the Tourism Worker Recovery Fund.
There was no application process and the State Department of Labor reached out to eligible workers.
In North Carolina, fathers in the city of Durham were randomly selected for a pilot program.
115 fathers will receive payments once per month worth $500 from this year until Jan. 2023.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey helped fund the program with a $700,000 donation.
Residents will receive checks for $125 in the state of Indiana.
There is a limit for how high the state reserves can be.
Taxpayers get back excess reserves.
$545.3 million goes to residents.