The State of Iowa provides assistance through unemployment benefits, medical, food, and income assistance.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides benefits to supplement the food budget of income-eligible families.
If you’re a low income Iowan over the age of 65 or a disabled adult you may be eligible for a partial reimbursement of your rent.
The Family Investment Program (FIP) provides cash assistance to income-eligible families, with children, as they become self-supporting.
Learn about the benefits and if your family qualifies for the Hawki children's health program.
Iowa Child Support ensures that parents provide financial support to their children. There are many services for families available.
Iowa Child Support can help you get child support and medical support. We can establish paternity, establish support orders, locate parents and their employers
Child Care Assistance is available to the children of income-eligible parents who are absent for a portion of the day working or getting job training.