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Nevada uninsured medical care programs and free health insurance.

There are several assistance programs for the uninsured and low income in the state of Nevada. Assistance can be provided to immigrants, service industry employees (such as Casinos), gig workers and others. Some of these resources will also benefit families with some form of health insurance but maybe the plan does not cover their specific need.

Find where to get free government health insurance plans in Nevada, affordable medical care for the under or uninsured, and other benefits below. Several assistance programs can help with medical bills in Nevada, including prescription medications, cancer screenings, and health care for children. Additional details on many of the state and federal government sponsored programs are below. Non-profits and other medical providers in Nevada also participate in several of these resources. Thousand of families, unemployed individuals, working poor, and uninsured benefit from these numerous programs every year.

Dental, healthcare, and medical assistance for the uninsured

Women's Health Connection is also known as the Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. Eligible women may receive free screening for breast and cervical cancer. Or get referrals to treatment centers or free/low cost health insurance policies. The program will pay for annual pelvic exams, Pap tests, and other checks and screenings. Qualified women age 50 years and older receive free testing. Telephone number is 877-385-2345.

A form of Medicaid coverage is offered from the Child Health Assurance Program. This is an option for pregnant women and children under the age 6 who are uninsured and lack other means. It will provide participants with fully comprehensive medical care, including, X-ray services, help paying for physician bills, hospitals costs, lab work ,and more. 775-684-0800

Health Insurance for Work Advancement is government insurance for disabled individuals who are working or actively seeking employment. It will pay for comprehensive medical care. Some costs will need to be paid by participants, including a portion of their monthly premium. This will be based on their income levels. Phone number is 866-569-1746.

 

 

 

The Ryan White Part B, or state’s version of the Aids Drug Assistance Program, can provide prescription medications those under or uninsured residents with HIV or AIDs. They can’t have Nevada Medicaid or private insurance coverage for the medications in question. 800-842-2437.

Nevada Check Up is for teenagers and children under the age of 18. It can help immigrants as well with their insurance plan needs. It is low-cost, comprehensive health care insurance coverage and will help pay a number of expenses. Receive medical vision services, physician care, dental assistance, medical equipment, laboratory/x-ray services, inpatient/outpatient hospital services, funds to pay for prescription drugs, immunizations, well child and well baby visits, and more. Call 877-543-7669.

Nevada Disability Rx is government and non-profit assistance in paying for prescription medications to qualified, lower income and uninsured individuals with disabilities. Call 866-303-6323. If the applicant is Medicare eligible then the state will help pay for monthly premiums for the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. If the resident is ineligible for Medicare, then they may qualify for no deductible, no monthly premium, co-payments of $25 for preferred brands or $10 for generics.

Medicaid will provide low cost yet quality health care services to low-income Nevadans. It is a form of state and government funded free or affordable health insurance. Some examples of what is covered includes medications, doctor visits, physicals, hospital expenses, and more. It also pays for substance abuse needs, such as alcohol or drug additions. This is the state’s version of the general Medicaid program. Dial 800-992-0900.

Hospital bill assistance is also available. Several Nevada hospitals offer charitable plans to the poor or uninsured. Or a government health insurance plan like Medicaid can help pay for some of the costs. Low income workers, the unemployed and almost anyone struggles to pay hospital costs, but there are resources out there. Learn more on hospital bill help for low income households.

 

 

 

 

Vaccines for Children Program is for the uninsured. The main number is 715-684-5900. The state will provide free or low cost shots and vaccines for qualified teenagers, students, infants and children. Local public health agencies and clinics administer the program in your town, city, or county. A small fee is required to be paid, but the shots can help address the flu, mumps pertussis, influenza, measles, polio, tetanus and other conditions.

Nevada Senior RX is financial assistance in paying for medications and prescription drugs for Nevada seniors as well as retirees. It can help patients whether they have Medicare Part D or not. As funding allows, over $1000 may be provided per year. Telephone - 866-303-6323.

Another option for the elderly in Nevada is the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP). It is a resource that helps direct the uninsured as well as resources on Medicare to various resources. They can learn about grants or financial help to pay for prescriptions, low cost health insurance policies for gap coverage, Medicare part A, B, C, D programs and more. Call 800-307-4444.

The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan is for individuals and patients who were denied health insurance from other sources due to a so called pre-existing condition. The state and federal government will offer them access to a wide range of health benefits, including hospital visits, prescription drugs, and primary or specialty care. It is a last resort, government funded health insurance policy. A portion of the bills will still need to be paid by the family. Call 866-717-5826.

 

By Jon McNamara

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