How to Qualify

Eligibility for the ESA Program rate discount is determined by the total gross income for all people living in your household.
Please review the income guidelines, and if you think you qualify, apply for the ESA program below.

Please fill out the ESA Application or contact Richard Heath and Associates (RHA) at 866-812-5766.

Income Guidelines
(Effective June 1, 2020 through May 31, 2021)

Number of Person(s) Living in My Home

Annual Income

1 – 2

$34,480

3

$43,440

4

$52,400

5

$61,360

6

$70,320

7

$79,280

8

$88,240

For each additional person, add

$8,960

Income Guidelines
(Effective June 1, 2021 through May 31, 2022)

Number of Person(s) Living in My Home

Annual Income

1 – 2

$34,840

3

$43,920

4

$53,000

5

$62,080

6

$71,160

7

$80,240

8

$89,320

For each additional person, add

$9,080

What is annual household income?

Total annual household income means all money from all sources, both taxable and nontaxable, before deductions for all people
who live in your home. This includes, but is not limited to:
• Wages or salaries
• Interest or dividends from: saving accounts, stocks, bonds or, retirement accounts
• Workers’ compensation or unemployment benefits
• Rental or royalty income
• Scholarships, loans, grants, or other aid used for living expenses
• Profit from self-employment*
• Refunds, insurance and/or legal settlements TANF (AFDC) and food stamps
• Non-cash income; child, spousal, or other support
• Gains realized from the sale of assets
• Cash public assistance
• Free housing or utilities
• Pensions, Social Security, retirement benefits, veterans pension, disability income, SSI, and/or SSP
*To determine eligibility for this program from self-employment, refer to the net business income shown on the Internal Revenue
Service form 1040, Schedule C.

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How to Qualify

Eligibility for the ESA Program rate discount is determined by the total gross income for all people living in your household.
Please review the income guidelines, and if you think you qualify, apply for the ESA program below.

Please fill out the ESA Application or contact Richard Heath and Associates (RHA) at 866-812-5766.

What is annual household income?

Total annual household income means all money from all sources, both taxable and nontaxable, before deductions for all people
who live in your home. This includes, but is not limited to:
• Wages or salaries
• Interest or dividends from: saving accounts, stocks, bonds or, retirement accounts
• Workers’ compensation or unemployment benefits
• Rental or royalty income
• Scholarships, loans, grants, or other aid used for living expenses
• Profit from self-employment*
• Refunds, insurance and/or legal settlements TANF (AFDC) and food stamps
• Non-cash income; child, spousal, or other support
• Gains realized from the sale of assets
• Cash public assistance
• Free housing or utilities
• Pensions, Social Security, retirement benefits, veterans pension, disability income, SSI, and/or SSP
*To determine eligibility for this program from self-employment, refer to the net business income shown on the Internal Revenue
Service form 1040, Schedule C.