Relief Assistance Information

The global pandemic, COVID-19, has disrupted the lives of many within our communities.  We are committed to helping those affected through the challenges created by this health crisis.  Funding options are available for childcare payments, mortgage or rental payments, utility payments, mental health co-pays, food insecurity, and other emergencies.  Apply today by completing our online application below.

 

Relief Guidelines

Income eligibility, required documentation, and counties served vary for each of the relief programs.  For additional information, please contact Diana DeSutter at 765-793-4881, ext. 115, or via email at covid19@capwi.org.

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Income up to 200% federal poverty level, refer to chart below:

Number in Household  200% Annual Income Guidelines 
1  $25,520
2 $34,480
$43,440
$52,400
$61,360
$70,320
$79,280
$88,240

Income up to 250% federal poverty level, refer to chart below:

Number in Household  250% Annual Income Guidelines 
1  $30,350 
2 $42,275 
$53,325 
$64,375 
$75,425 
$86,475 
$97,525 
$108,575 

Additional Resources:

COVID-19 has caused an enormous amount of stress and anxiety across the state. The Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction established a new website to help.  BeWellIndiana.com provides a wealth of information and resources including free, confidential support. Call 2-1-1 (option 3) to connect with a trained counselor 24/7.


Remember we are all in this together.  No one is immune to this pandemic.

We can take what was meant to harm us and make our community a better, stronger, and more hopeful community by living united.


 

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