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Organizations that assist individuals with medication co-pays for specific diseases. There may be waiting lists for this help.
ADAP provides HIV/AIDS related prescription drugs to uninsured individuals or individuals who cannot get all of their medication needs met through their insurance payer. Each state operates its own program and has its own application process.
The Federal Poverty Level is used to determine eligibility for many medication assistance programs, as well as government benefit programs. The Federal Poverty Level is the minimum amount of income that a family needs for food, clothing, transportation, shelter and other necessities as determined by the Department of Health and Human Services. The FPL varies according to family size.
Government sponsored programs for health care, food stamps, housing, etc.
This government site includes the latest information on options for people without health insurance and has up to date information on health care reform.
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