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The following charts outline the federal government’s definition of poverty. Below, there are 3 charts. The first chart indicates poverty guidelines for the 48 contiguous states plus Washington D.C.. The next chart indicates poverty guidelines for families living in Alaska. The last chart indicates poverty guidelines for families living in Hawaii. The federal poverty guidelines are based on 3 variables: what state you live in; how many people are in your family; and your family’s income.

Please note: some patient assistance programs (free medication programs) calculate a family’s income as the total income minus medical and some living expenses. Please consult the free medication program that offers the medication you need for details.

Federal Poverty Guidelines for the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia

Persons in family Poverty guideline
1 $10,830
2 14,570
3 18,310
4 22,050
5 25,790
6 29,530
7 33,270
8 37,010
For families with more than 8 persons,
add $3,740 for each additional person.

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2009 Federal Poverty Guidelines for Alaska

Persons in family Poverty guideline
1 $13,530
2 18,210
3 22,890
4 27,570
5 32,250
6 36,930
7 41,610
8 46,290
For families with more than 8 persons,
add $4,680 for each additional person.

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2009 Federal Poverty Guidelines for Hawaii

Persons in family Poverty guideline
1 $12,460
2 16,760
3 21,060
4 25,360
5 29,660
6 33,960
7 38,260
8 42,560
For families with more than 8 persons,
add $4,300 for each additional person.

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SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 74, No. 14, January 23, 2009, pp. 4199–4201

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