Family Assistance

Financial Assistance To Families

The Society provides financial assistance to families that find themselves in tough situations due to the death of both parents, the death of a newborn child or in the case of diagnosis for Multiple Sclerosis or Tuberculosis.

Contact the fraternal department at 1-800-777-9777 to inquire about these benefits, or email us at fraternal@assuredlife.org.

Medical Assistance Benefits

Provides up to $2,500 for out-of-pocket expenses if you are diagnosed or disabled with Multiple Sclerosis, affecting mainly young adults between the ages of 18 and 36, or Tuberculosis, a crippling disease. Must be a benefit member.

Newborn Child Protection Benefits

Provides $2,500 upon the death of a newborn child within 60 days of birth. If both parents qualify as benefit members, this benefit increases to $3,750. $1,000 benefit is paid when a child is stillborn, or miscarriage occurs at least 30 weeks after conception. If both parents qualify as benefit members, this benefit increases to $1,500. Available to children of benefit members only.

Assistance to Orphaned Children

This benefit provides monthly financial support for the children's guardians if both parents should die. Example: If you had three children ages 2, 4, and 6 years old and you and your spouse died, a legal guardian would receive up to $122,000. Available to children of benefit members only.

Facts on Aging

Per Sherrie Mcgregor, Ph.D. (PsychCentral), exercise programs do generally produce improvements, often dramatic ones, even among very elderly participants. For example, one researcher reported that 80-year olds and 90-year olds who had completed a 10-week strength-training program showed more than a 100 percent increase in their strength, and significant increases in their walking speed and stair climbing ability.
Sherrie Mcgregor, Ph.D. (PsychCentral)

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