Several Community Action Organization programs are funded by State or federal government agencies that require individuals/families to meet certain income guidelines to participate.

CAO programs with specified income guidelines include:

 - all listed below along with the income guidelines and a list of "what to bring" to the interview.

 

Early Childhood Programs

Income Guidelines

What to Bring

Head Start & Early Head Start

*2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines

* See chart below

Income verification, such as pay stub, W-2, Public Assistance or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) budget sheet or unemployment book.

Child's birth date verification, such as a birth certificate or Medicaid card.

Child's most recent physical exam within the past 12 months or a written statement from the health care provider that the child is receiving well-child care.

Child's immunization record. Your child must either be fully immunized, or have specific appointment dates to become fully immunized.

 

Housing Program

Income Guidelines

What to Bring

Emergency Housing

*2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines

* See chart below

Picture ID, Social Security card or ID for all family members, Letter head referral from shelter or referring agency, proof of income (budget sheet, SSI, or SSD award letter, pay stub), eviction notice, shut off notice or documentation from utility company, Section 8, if applicable

 

Facilities Programs

Income Guidelines

What to Bring

Low Income Home Repair

*200% above the 2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines

Double the amount of income indicated. * See chart below

Proof of ownership of property

Building Renovation Repairs

None

Proof of ownership of property

Lead Connection

None

Proof of ownership of property

 

Senior Food Program

Income Guidelines

What to Bring

Meals on Wheels

*2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines

 * see chart below

No documentation needed. Referrals are accepted from , friends, relatives, neighbors and ministers

 

Employment

Income Guidelines

What to bring

Employment & Training

Must be on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

 

Picture I.D.

Social Security card for all persons in household

Proof of household income

 

Drug Abuse Program

Income Guidelines

What to bring

DART

Sliding Fee Scale for those who do not have insurance

Proof of residency (utility bill with proper mailing address)

Medicaid card

Confirmation of income

 

 2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines

Size of
Family Unit

48 Contiguous
States and D.C.

Alaska

Hawaii

1

$ 9,310

$11,630

$10,700

2

12,490

15,610

14,360

3

15,670

19,590

18,020

4

18,850

23,570

21,680

5

22,030

27,550

25,340

6

25,210

31,530

29,000

7

28,390

35,510

32,660

8

31,570

39,490

36,320

For each additional
person, add

$ 3,180

$3,980

$3,660

SOURCEFederal Register, Vol. 69, No. 30, February 13, 2004, pp. 7336-7338.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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