Ohio Hearing Aid Assistance Program: What You Should Know

Are you a resident of Ohio? Are you a parent of a child (up to 21 years of age) who has a hearing impairment? If so, you may be able to benefit from the Ohio Hearing Aid Assistance Program (OHAAP). For those who qualify, this program provides financial assistance to purchase hearing aids, earmolds, assistive listening devices, external cochlear implant processor replacements, and hearing aid batteries.

Who is Eligible?

Families with incomes at or below 400% of the federal poverty guidelines are eligible for the Ohio Hearing Aid Assistance Program. Children enrolled or who can qualify for Medicaid or the Children with Medical Handicaps Program (BCMH) are not eligible for OHAAP (unless documentation can be provided that Medicaid of CMH will not pay).  A family’s eligibility can be determined using the federal poverty guideline table.

How Do I Enroll?

Families who qualify and are interested in the program must complete the Family Application Form and provide verification of income.

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