WAC 388-478-0090

Effective January 1, 2014

WAC 388-478-0090 What are the monthly income limits for the Aged, Blind, or Disabled (ABD) cash assistance and Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) Referral program?

You must have countable income, as defined in WAC 388-450-0162, at or below the monthly income limit in order to receive aged, blind, or disabled (ABD) cash assistance or a referral to the housing and essential needs (HEN) program.

(1) The ABD cash assistance and HEN referral monthly income limits for individuals with an obligation to pay shelter costs are:

 Assistance Unit Size

 Monthly Income Limit

 1

 $339

 2

 $428

(2) The ABD cash assistance and HEN referral monthly income limits for individuals with shelter provided at no cost are:

Assistance Unit Size

 Monthly Income Limit

 1

 $206

 2

 $261

(3) The ABD cash assistance and HEN referral monthly income limits for individuals in medical institutions and group living facilities are:

Facility Type

Assistance Unit Size 

 Monthly Income Limit

Medical institutions (including nursing homes and hospitals)

 1

$41.62

Adult Family Homes

1

$339.00

Boarding home (including assisted living, enhanced residential centers (EARC), and adult residential centers (ARC))

1

$38.84

Developmental Disability Administration (DDA) group homes

1

$38.84

 Mental health adult residential treatment facilities (ARTF)

1

$38.84

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