Working poor families continue to live in poverty, despite working full-time jobs. Low-wage earners have found that working full-time hours does not ensure economic stability. Parents who work full-time at a salary well above the minimum wage find that they and their families are still living below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line (FPL). An individual who earns $7.11 an hour and works full-time is still at only 100% of the poverty line. Many income support programs are designed to help families until their incomes reach 200% of the FPL. Income support programs include, but are not limited to health insurance, Food Stamps, child support, Earned Income Tax Credit, and childcare. Income support programs are designed to help working poor families cover basic costs of living. The use of these programs often makes the difference in keeping a family out of poverty. Moving children out of poverty is integral to their health and social and emotional development.