In order to receive Vouchers to help you pay for veterinary care services, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
Live with a dog or a cat in Cuyahoga County or adjacent counties in Northeast Ohio (Lake, Geauga, Portage, Summit, Medina or Lorain)
A household member must fall under one of two criteria:
at least 55 years of age, OR
disabled, as defined by the federal government
Have an income at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines
2020 Federal Poverty Measures for Household Income
Membership dues are deducted from the value of Vouchers you receive, as indicated in the table below. If you're confused about this policy, please call the office at 216.920.3051 during normal business hours - Monday through Friday from 8:30 m to 5:30 pm (except observed holidays) or send us an email. These rates change every January when the Federal Government publishes the annual federal poverty guidelines.
# People in the Household
If you believe you're eligible to receive Vouchers, fill out the online application form below.
Please do not print the online application below! If you need a paper application to be mailed to you, please call the office at 216.920.3051 option #1 during normal business hours Monday through Friday from 8:30 m to 5:30 pm (except observed holidays). Leave a message if no one can answer the phone. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.
You can mail your paper application form and written proof of eligibility to:
One Health Organization
ATTN: OHFM Vouchers 27600 Chagrin Blvd, Ste 400 Cleveland, OH 44122-4449
Vouchers can be used for most veterinary care goods and services. Be aware that $250 should cover veterinary care needs for one healthy pet needing an annual wellness visit that requires a physical exam, some disease tests (e.g. heartworm test for dogs, FIV/FeLV test for cats, and fecal exams), and core vaccinations (annual shots for adult dogs and cats). Keep in mind that if you have a sick pet, costs for tests and treatments may be higher than $250.
Vouchers may NOT be used for:
routine spay and neuter to reduce unwanted pregnancies
tail docking and ear cropping to meet breed standards
goods and services that aren't medically or surgically necessary for your pet's health (or for your health benefit), such as microchipping, collars, leashes, toys, etc.
One Health Organization
27600 Chagrin Blvd, Ste 400
Cleveland, OH 44122-4449