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#ActualSiCrane

Posted 25 April 2013 - 06:53 PM

Depending on your state and county, you may have options like public aid or other reduced cost health care through government organizations. In my state application for these kinds of programs are done at the state level, but services administered at the county level, with state funding going to the county. You can get minimal dental and medical coverage on a sliding scale based on your income, though I think two or three rounds of budget cuts ago it was made so that even those with no income required co-pays, so it's not free. For drug prescriptions, I worked in the pharmaceutical industry for a while and I know that some companies offer private patient assistance for people who are poor enough that they can't afford their prescriptions and well off enough that they can't get public aid.

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#1SiCrane

Posted 25 April 2013 - 05:16 PM

Depending on your state and county, you may have options like public aid or other reduced cost health care through government organizations. In my state application for these kinds of programs are done at the state level, but services administered at the county level, with state funding going to the county. You can get minimal dental and medical coverage on a sliding scale based on your income, though I think two or three rounds of budget cuts ago it was made so that even those with no income required co-pays, so it's not free. For drug prescriptions, I worked in the pharmaceutical industry for a while and I know that some companies off private patient assistance for people who are poor enough that they can't afford their prescriptions and well off enough that they can't get public aid.

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