The Holmes County
Sight for Students Program
SIGHT FOR STUDENTS
Holmes County General Health District is able to link you with assistance in getting your child’s vision tested and eyeglasses when needed.
Operating through a network of community partners who identify children in need, more than 729,000 children in the U.S. have received free eye exams and glasses using VSP gift certificates.
HOW TO QUALIFY
- Social Security Number (SSN)
- 18 years of age or younger
- Family income at or under 200% of Federal Poverty Level
- Haven't received care through a VSP program during the last 12 mos.
ALVIS HOUSE AND THE OHIO AFFILIATE OF PREVENT BLINDNESS MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU WITH EYEGLASSES AT NO COST TO YOU.
The Ohio Affiliate of Prevent Blindness, founded in 1957, is Ohio’s leading volunteer nonprofit public health organization dedicated to preventing blindness and preserving sight. We serve all 88 Ohio counties, providing access to vision care services to nearly 10,000 eligible Ohioans annually and educating millions of consumers about what they can do to protect and preserve their precious gift of sight.
The Prevent Blindness Vision Care Outreach programs provide access to comprehensive donated eye care (eye exam, glasses and resources for aftercare) for under-served adults.
Services are not available for any item already covered by insurance, including coverage through a government program.
Sight for Students gift certificates are distributed through community partners to children who qualify.
For more information, to learn if you qualify for Prevent Blindness vision care services, or to request an application for Sight for Students please contact:
Jen Menuez, Registrar at 330-674-5035 or email@example.com