DO YOU QUALIFY?

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Here are the ways your household can qualify for the

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP):

  • Based on your household income

  • If you or your child or dependent participate in certain government assistance programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, or other programs

  • If you or anyone in your household already receives a Lifeline benefit

 

Based on Your Income

 

You are eligible for the ACP if your income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines (see the table below). The guideline is based on your household size and state.

 

Please note: You may have to show proof of income, in the form of a tax return or three consecutive pays stubs, when you apply for the ACP. 

The table below reflects the income limit by household size, which is 200% of the 2022 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

 

If You Participate in Certain Government Assistance Programs Such As SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, or Other Programs

 

Federal Assistance Programs

You are eligible for the ACP if you (or someone in your household) participate in one of these programs:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps

  • Medicaid

  • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)

  • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit

  • Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program, including at U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Community Eligibility Provision schools

  • Received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year

You may need to show a card, letter, or official document as proof that you participate in one of these programs when you apply for the ACP.

Tribal Assistance Programs

If you live on qualifying Tribal lands, you are eligible for the ACP if your household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or if you (or someone in your household) participate in:

  • Any of the federal assistance programs listed above

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance

  • Head Start (only households meeting the income qualifying standard)

  • Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (Tribal TANF)

  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations

You may have to show proof of participation, like a benefit letter or official document, when you apply for the ACP.  Learn more about the Tribal Benefit.

Qualify Through Your Child or Dependent

Any member of your household can make your household eligible if they participate in one of the programs above. For example, if your child or dependent participates in the Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or is enrolled in a USDA Community Eligibility Provision school, your household qualifies for the ACP benefit.

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