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If you have medical insurance you should check with them. If you're on SSI, SSDI or have ohio benefits then you should check with them. Also check with the local department of human services in your state. If they cannot help you directly they usually have lists of places that may help. Often local civic and charitable entities has funding for different types of things so you might check with your church, with the Elks, the Lions Club, etc. If your church, or the other civic entities, cannot help you financially then they might assist you in doing a fund raiser. A couple of online places that you might Google about financial assistance is the Assistance Dog United Campaign and the Shore Service Dogs. Those two places would also probably be able to help you find the right service dog for your needs if you haven't already found one. You should also do a Google search using the name of your town along with the term civic charities. Do the same search using the name of the county you live in along with the term civic charities Wishing you the best of luck in quickly getting the funds for the service dog. edit Excuse me Cherie but nowhere in my post did I say that those programs 'would' pay for a service dog, I merely suggested checking with them since it 'might' lead to a source that may help. The way I look at it is if a person can check with as many places as possible there's always the chance of successfully finding that little golden nugget of info that could be helpful. If anyone is "off base" it's you for claiming that I said something that I clearly did not say. With that being said, after doing a little bit of research .... the ohio website states this .. "How do I get a service dog? Each Veteran's case is reviewed and evaluated by a prescribing clinician for the following: Ability and means, including family or caregiver, to care for the dog currently and in the future Goals that are to accomplished through the use of the dog Goals that are to be accomplished through other assistive technology or therapy The Veteran will be informed of an approval or disapproval of their service dog request. Veterans approved for service dogs are referred to Assistance Dogs International-accredited agencies. There is no charge for the dog or the associated training." Which from the last sentence it sounds like you were incorrect about the VA, that if a veteran meets the qualifications then the ohio 'will' pay for the service dog, or, pay for the training of a dog.
The other answerer is way off base-- insurance, SSI, SSDI, and the ohio do absolutely nothing to assist with service dogs. Everyone I know with a service dog---and that is a lot of people-- who did not have the money to get one held their own fundraisers to come up with it, myself included. Bake sales, car washes, yard sales, contacting local churches or other organizations to put together fundraising drives.
Contact the agency that you would be getting the dog from to see if they know places to help.