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Help For Single Mothers with No Health Insurance

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Although the idea of not having health insurance can be nerve wrecking, the reality is that most of us just cannot afford that expense. Luckily, there is help available to single mothers that have no insurance. On this page we’ll be showing you what your options are.

Maternal and Child Health Block Grant

The Maternal and Child Health Block Grant is administered by the Health Resource & Services Administration. The grant provides single mothers with access to services such as youth healthcare services, child healthcare services, women’s healthcare services, and infant healthcare services, all on a low-or-no cost basis. You can call the office at 301-443-2170 to see if you qualify for assistance and how the program can enrich your life.

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Children’s Health Insurance Program

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CHIP is a public health insurance program, designed to meet the medical and dental care needs of children whose parents cannot afford private health insurance. You’ll need to meet work and income requirements in order to enroll your children in the Children’s Health Insurance Program, but you can verify eligibility by calling the Applications Line at 1-800-318-2596.

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Single mothers that do not have healthcare insurance and that meet the federal poverty guidelines may be eligible for healthcare cover provided by the Medicaid program. Depending on the state you live in, the program can help ensure that you and your family are covered for all basic medical and dental care services, at low costs or on a free-service basis. Get in touch with CMS Headquarters at 877-267-2323 to start your Medicaid Benefits application.

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Partnership for Prescription Assistance

The PPA program is sponsored by a range of biopharmaceutical research companies, with the aim of helping those in need fill their prescription medications at no cost. Single mothers that are uninsured or underinsured can participate in the patient programs in order to get your medication for free, or at a very low cost. Applications for benefits should be made by using the online enquiry form.

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Vaccines for Children Program

VFC is an initiative that ensures that children can get their vaccines, even if their parents or guardians cannot afford the cost of these vaccines. Single mothers can apply to get their children enrolled by contacting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at 800-232-4636.

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Consolidated Health Centers Program

The U.S. Government’s Department of Health and Human Services administers a block grant that supports a wide variety of primary care health centers across the United States. These clinics provide free, basic medical care services to patients that are enrolled in the CHC program. To see if you qualify for benefits, visit the website, locate a clinic in your area and then contact them to start your application process.

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As you can see, there are a wide range of medical assistance programs that can provide a helping hand to mothers that have no health insurance. We hope that this page has provided you with all the information you might need should you ever have the need to apply for medical assistance.

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