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The Chemung County Humane Society & SPCA Spay Neuter Assistance Program
Providing Low Cost Spay/Neuter Services to Chemung County and Surrounding Areas
The Spay/Neuter Assistance Program of Chemung County Humane Society & SPCA partners with Shelter Outreach Services to provide affordable spay/neuter and vaccination services for the companion animals in our region.
SNAP Low Cost Spay/Neuter clinics are intended for area residents facing financial challenges who cannot otherwise afford to have their pets spayed or neutered.
Veterinary services are provided by Shelter Outreach Services of Ithaca. Clinics are held at the Chemung County Humane Society & SPCA.
The Chemung County SPCA offers TWO spay/neuter programs for income eligible pet owners.
PROGRAM #1 - AFFORDABLE SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM (STANDARD PROGRAM PRICES) – This program is for people who are not receiving public assistance but who meet certain household income requirements. You do not need to be a resident of New York State to use this program.
If you qualify for this program, you will pay standard surgery fees along with the cost of vaccinations and any other costs that may be assessed at the attending veterinarian’s discretion.
PROGRAM #2 - SUBSIDIZED SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM ($10.00 SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAM) – This program is for people whose TOTAL household income falls at or below the USDA Poverty Level. You MUST be a New York State resident to qualify for this program.
Others who may qualify for the grant (evaluated on a case-by-case basis):
• Full-time college students
• Disabled veterans
• Disability recipients
• Medicaid recipients
• WIC recipients
• Section 8 housing voucher recipients
• Individuals or families with unique financial hardships
• New York residents who adopt unaltered cats and dogs from 501(c)3 animal shelters
This program was made possible through a generous grant from the ASPCA, administrator of the New York State Population Control Fund.
If you qualify for this program, you will pay $10.00 per surgery along with the cost of vaccinations and any other costs that may be assessed at the attending veterinarian’s discretion.
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU
In order to determine eligibility to participate in either spay/neuter program you must submit COPIES of proof of income, public assistance, or other acceptable qualifying documentation listed below.
If you are applying for PROGRAM 1, please send the following documentation along with your application:
Financial documentation to verify income level in the form of ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
• Current tax return - 1st page
If you are applying for PROGRAM 2 ($10 spay/neuter), please send the following documentation along with your application:
Proof that you are a resident of New York State (ex. NYS drivers license, current utility bill, etc.)
And COPIES of financial documentation to verify income level in the form of ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
• USDA Food Stamp determination letter
• Supplemental Security Income (SSI) - Proof of Income letter showing your benefit information.
• Disability statement or VA card showing service connected
• Medicaid - statement from DSS noting you currently receive Medicaid
• WIC benefit card
• HAP letter
• Current tax return - 1st page
• Full-time student registration
• Adoption contract from a municipal or nonprofit (501c3) animal welfare organization in New York State
Please complete the application and either mail or email requested financial documentation to one of the addresses listed below.
Mailing address: Email address:
Chemung County SPCA
Attn: SNAP Program Subject line: SNAP application - Your name
2435 State Route 352
Elmira, New York 14903
**Once your application and required financial documentation have been received you will be provided with information on how to schedule an appointment.
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