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Chambers County to offer economic assistance for food, rent, and more

Chambers County Indigent Healthcare is now accepting applications from Chambers County residents who wish to participate in the Brazos Valley Community Action Program (BVCAP).

This is a first come, first served program that provides assistance for food, utility, rent and mortgage payments. It is open to residents whose income level does not exceed 125 percent of poverty level. Specific household size to monthly income ratios are provided in the attachments.

Applications are accepted by appointment only. Please call Chambers County Indigent Healthcare at 409-267- 2770 to schedule your visit.

Beginning September 7, Chambers County Indigent Healthcare will begin accepting applications from Chambers County Residents who wish to participate in the Brazos Valley Community Action Program (BVCAP).

BVCAP is a first come, first served program that provides assistance for food, utility, rent and mortgage payments. It is open to Chambers County residents whose income level does not exceed 125 percent of poverty level. Income level is based on total household size compared to gross monthly income and maximum income levels per household size are:

Household Size — Gross Monthly Income

1– $1341.66

2 — $1,814.54

3 — $2,287.50

4 — $2,760.41

5 — $3,233.33

6 — $3,706.25

7 — $4,179.16

8 — $4,652.08

**Add $591.66 for each additional household member.

Applications are being accepted by appointment only. Interested parties should call Chambers County Indigent Healthcare at 409- 267-2770 to schedule their visit.

Applicants must be prepared to present proof of identification, residence and income at their appointment.