The Delaware Money Management Program is cosponsored by the Division of Services for the Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities and AARP Foundation. This program offers money management assistance to help low-income seniors and adults with physical disabilities who have difficulty budgeting, paying routine bills and keeping track of financial matters. The program’s goal is to promote and prolong independent living for individuals who are at risk of losing their independence due to inability to manage their financial affairs. The program uses volunteers to assist individuals who do not have friends or relatives able or willing to help.
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Low-income seniors or adults with physical disabilities.
To be eligible, a single person must have liquid assets of no more than $35,000 and an income no greater than $39,100 per year ($3,258 per month).
Couples must have liquid assets of no more than $35,000 and an income no greater than $44,650 per year ($3,720 per month).
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*Public funding means that the program is paid for, in part or in whole, by the government. Some publicly-funded programs have eligibility requirements and provide services at low cost or no cost to people who qualify. Most of these programs and services though, are also available to people who are able to pay privately (with their own money). For more information, please see the Sources of Funding section of this web site.