FAQ

How do I apply for assistance from RAP? – Complete this application and mail it, along with all requested supporting documentation.

Where do I send the application? – Mail the application and all supporting documents to:

DALRC Retiree Assistance Program, Inc.
155 Westridge Parkway, Suite 220
McDonough, GA 30253

Is there an income or financial resource limitation for receiving a RAP grant? – Yes, there is a limit. If the income limit is exceeded, an applicant may be eligible to receive a reduced grant.

  • Annual Gross Income must not exceed $49,000, if you are single, or $65,000, if you are married.

Can a retiree and their spouse apply for separate (individual) grants during the same grant period? – Yes

I am a widowed (widower) retiree. If I remarry, will my new spouse be eligible for a RAP grant? – Yes, provided you and your new spouse meet the eligibility requirements.

I am a surviving spouse of a retiree. If I remarry, will my new spouse be eligible for a RAP grant? – No. A surviving spouse becomes ineligible for a grant upon remarriage unless your new spouse is a Delta retiree and qualifies.

Is there a deadline to apply for a RAP grant? – No. Grants are awarded based on a 12 consecutive month period, not a calendar year.

If I qualify for a RAP grant, will I automatically qualify for another grant after 12 months? 

No. You must reapply by submitting another grant application.

Can Delta provide me with information regarding RAP or RAP grants? – No. Delta has no part in the administration of the DALRC Retiree Assistance Program, Inc. RAP is administered by an independent Board of Directors. Direct any questions to the RAP Board of Directors.