Service & Benefits Screening

Connecting People With The Services And Benefits They Need To Lift Themselves Out Of Poverty

Our screening and referral services are two-fold:

1. Screening for mental health and substance use disorders and making referrals to critically needed services through our partnerships with community providers; and

2. Screening for eligibility for an array of government benefits.

Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Screening

Having a need and not knowing where to turn for help can be overwhelming. The Fedcap Group’s screening and referral process serves as a “one stop shop” – helping people to navigate the complex service system. When screening individuals for mental illness and substance use disorders, our call center qualified and trained personnel, provide evidence-based screenings and referrals to the right services at a location that is easy to access.

Benefits Screening

The Fedcap Group is also committed to ensuring people have access to all benefits for which they are entitled.

Single Stop – a company of The Fedcap Group–is creating a new pathway for economic mobility in America. This innovative approach breaks the cycle of poverty by leveraging existing financial resources with opportunities for education, counseling, training, and support—a powerful recipe for lifelong financial stability.

Single Stop technology is increasingly located where people frequent most—drug stores, grocery stores, and a variety of retail outlets. This “one-stop-shop” provides unprecedented ease of access to a holistic set of services. It is also a growing presence in college campuses around the country—ensuring that young people in college have access to the benefits to which they are entitled, so that they do not have to choose between food and books. Two recent studies (Connecting College Students to Alternative Sources of Support and the Single Stop Final Impact and Implementation Report) have demonstrated the impact that Single Stop has on college persistence and graduation.

Single Stop’s proprietary benefits screening technology allows individuals and families to simply and quickly screen themselves for financial aid, supplemental nutrition assistance, affordable healthcare, health insurance, housing assistance, and local resources. And if individuals need help, a local support person can assist.

Since its launch in 2007, Single Stop has connected 1.7 million households with nearly $5 billion in supports and services.

For More Information Contact Martin Hanna at