- Low-income families
- People with economic disadvantages
- Disadvantaged youth
- The homeless
- Elderly and disable
Services are provided as funds are available. They are subject to annual address limits and evaluations. See the programs page for further information on services provided through VAC’s numerous seasonal and special programs.
Client must be a current Boone County resident and gross income for everyone at the Address must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.
Originals of the following items are required to determine if an Address qualifies to receive services:
Address: Documentation of current physical Boone County Address
Examples include: a recent piece of mail received in the last 30 days for someone living at the Address, Agency Letter verifying Address, lease accepted only if at Address less than 30 days
Identification: One form of official ID for everyone at the Address
Examples include: photo ID, Social Security card, birth certificate, passport, health insurance card, proof of birth for newborns, Household Member Printout from Family Support Division
Income: Documentation of all income for everyone at the Address
Information includes: employment income, Social Security income, unemployment, food stamps, TANF, child support
Once an Address qualifies to receive services, an eligible client only needs to bring in a photo ID to receive services until the beginning of the next calendar year. If information for an Address has changed, VAC must see updated information.