Virginia families who care for loved ones with disabilities or chronic condition could be eligible for vouchers.
The State Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services says funds are available starting Tuesday.
Caregivers can apply and possibly get up to $400 to help with respite care costs.
Department officials say about 450 families could be helped by the program.
You can find more information on the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services website - http://www.vadars.org/
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