Author: Veterans Service Office (page 2 of 2)

Holiday Assistance

Veterans wishing to obtain food vouchers for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are encouraged to apply at the Veterans Service Office.

   Beginning Monday, Nov. 14th vouchers will be available to veterans whose annual income does not exceed 200 percent of the 2016 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

   The financial guidelines are as follows:

Family size                  Income

  1.                       $23,540.00
  2.                       $31,860.00
  3.                       $40,180.00
  4.                       $48,500.00
  5.                       $56,820.00
  6.                        $65,140.00
  7.                        $73,460.00
  8.                        $81,780.00

   Veterans who wish to receive a voucher must provide proof of household income and Coshocton County residency for a minimum of 90 days, have served on active duty for other than training and have been Honorably Discharged

   Each $50.00 voucher may be redeemed at Baker’s IGA, Buehler’s Food Market, Aldi’s or Collins Meat Market and are to be used for food only.

   A list of items that are not to be purchased will be provided to successful applicants and store receipts will be reviewed. Anyone purchasing unauthorized items may be barred from participating in any future voucher programs and/or financial assistance.

   This is the fourth year that the Veterans Service Commission and Office are providing these vouchers.

   Vouchers will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis as they are limited in number…

   Questions may be directed to the Veterans Service Office.

September-October 2016 Newsletter



From the Holmes County Dog Warden.

In honor of their service rendered to our nation, on November 7th 2016, The Holmes County Dog Wardens Department is sponsoring an assistance Dog Expo for disabled veterans.

This event is free of charge and will be held at New Pointe Church, located at 8882 State Route 39, Millersburg Ohio from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm

On hand will be multiple organizations providing assistance dogs and training of assistance dogs, information on how to qualify for an assistance dog, representatives from the Veterans Administration, The Disabled American Veterans, the Holmes Counties Veterans Service Officer, and the Holmes County Dog Wardens staff.

We look forward to answering questions about what an assistance dog is and isn’t, Ohio’s requirements and legal obligations for owners, businesses and landlords relating to assistance dogs, registration and certification of assistance dogs, and much more.

In addition to this event, area Animal Shelters have agreed to provide special adoption rates for Honorably Discharged veterans during the week of November 7th through November 11th 2016. Please stop in to the event or the Holmes County Dog Wardens Department for a list of participating shelters and their special offers.

July-August 2016 Newsletter


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