Consumer Information Energy Telecommunications
Elizabeth S. Jacobs
Chair
Nick Wagner
Board Member
Sheila K. Tipton
Board Member

Utility Annual Report Information > Lifeline Telephone Assistance Subscribers Report

Pursuant to the 199 IAC 39.3(5), eligible carriers shall keep records of the number of subscribers receiving Lifeline assistance.  In order to be eligible to receive Lifeline assistance, an applicant must participate in one of the following programs:

  • Medicaid (e.g. Title XIX/Medical, state supplemental assistance);
  • Food Stamps;
  • Supplemental Security Income;
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance Section 8;
  • Low-income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP);
  • Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program; and
  • National School Lunch Program’s free lunch program

Eligible carriers are to inform all persons ordering new or transferring existing residential service of the Lifeline telephone assistance program and shall inquire whether the customer wants to receive further information concerning the Lifeline program.  Eligible carriers shall provide informational brochures and application forms to the county offices of the Iowa department of human services, division of community services for the counties served, to the area agency on aging, and to the community action offices of the department of human rights for the region served.

Lifeline Assistance Subscribers Report
(MS Excel format)
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