State Department Of Health

Cheap Health Insurance For Disabled Workers

A change in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 allows states to offer Medicaid to individuals who are working and who have a disability. Prior to this, states could only offer Medicaid to people with disabilities who were NOT working. The income limit goes up to $40,000 a year. Contact your state Department of Health to identify your Medicaid office. You can also check out the website of the Bazelon Center

Visit: www.bazelon.org

200 Worth of Free Immunizations For Your Kids No Matter What Income

22% of children are not protected from chicken pox, polio, diphtheria, mumps, whooping cough, German measles, tetanus, spinal meningitis, and hepatitis B. An increasing number of children are exposed to diseases in day-care settings and elsewhere. Almost any child, no matter what their income, can receive free or very low cost immunizations in their local area. Contact your county office of health, your state Department of Health; or call the National Immunization Information Hotline at 800-232-2522 (English); 800-232-0233 (Spanish)

Visit: www.cdc.gov/nip

Cheap Health Insurance For Disabled Workers

A change in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 allows states to offer Medicaid to individuals who are working and who have a disability. Prior to this, states could only offer Medicaid to people with disabilities who were NOT working. The income limit goes up to $40,000 a year. Contact your state Department of Health to identify your Medicaid office. You can also check out the website of the Bazelon Center

Visit: www.bazelon.org

5000 Worth Of Free Health Care For Kids

Make up to $38,657 and get free health care for your kids. Almost every state now has a Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIPS), which extends medical coverage to many children who may not be covered. Contact your state Department of Health to see what version of the CHIPS program is offered in your area; or call a new government hotline to help locate free health care for kids at 877-KIDS-NOW (toll-free 877-543-7669)

Visit: www.insurekidsnow.gov

5000 Worth of Free Health Care for Kids

Make up to $38,657 and get free health care for your kids. Almost every state now has a Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIPS), which extends medical coverage to many children who may not be covered. Contact your state Department of Health to see what version of the CHIPS program is offered in your area; or call a new government hotline to help locate free health care for kids at 877-KIDS-NOW (toll-free 877-543-7669)

Visit: www.insurekidsnow.gov