Loudoun County Financial Assistance
Financial assistance is available to low-and-moderate-income families in Loudoun County who are working, or are in approved education / training programs, and are parenting children from birth to age 13. This program assists with child care payments to day care centers and licensed family child care home providers.
Child Care Services
Financial assistance is provided to eligible families to help with the cost of child care so they can work or attend education programs
Energy Assistance (Fuel, Crisis, or Cooling)
Low-income households may receive assistance with their energy bills.
Food Assistance (SNAP)
SNAP can be used like cash to buy eligible food items from authorized retailers.
Temporary Cash Assistance for Families with Minor Children (TANF)
TANF is designed to help needy families achieve self-sufficiency. Virginia has received block grants to operate programs that accomplish this.
The Auxiliary Grant (AG) Program provides financial assistance to eligible individuals with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and other low-income aged, blind, and disabled individuals interested in residing in a Department of Social Services licensed Assisted Living Facility or a local department of social services approved Adult Foster Care Home. The grant supplements the individual’s income to pay the established AG rate.