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COMPASS

COMPASS–Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Access to Social Services–is a web site that allows individuals and community based organizations access to screen for, apply for, and renew a broad range of social programs including Food Stamps, Health Care, Cash Assistance ect.-see what your family is eligible for!!
www.compass.state.pa.us/Compass.Web/public/cmphome

CHIPRA through Resources for Human Development

CHIPRA is a simple, fast and free service offered to any family who would like help enrolling in CHIP, MA, SNAP and many other public benefits. We can be reached by calling 215-508-3300 ext 1168 or by visiting
www.rhd.com/chipra

Affordable Care Act Information/Application

Website to learn about the ACA, apply for benefits, compare costs, and find local health navigators.
If you:
* are uninsured or buy your own insurance
* spend more than 9.5% of your pay on insurance
* or are a small business owner
Then: Starting today you can sign up for quality, affordable health care coverage at
www.healthcare.gov

PA Health Access Network

PA Health Access Network (PHAN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping all Pennsylvanians have access to affordable quality healthcare. We help determine eligibility and complete applications for CHIP, MA, MAWD and Marketplace health coverage. We can help via phone or in-person. Services are free and available in English and Spanish. Call our helpline 877.570.3642.
www.pahealthaccess.org

PA Health Law Project

Dedicated to helping low income individuals gain access to quality health care. They also deal with the medical assistance grievance process, eligibility, and complaints- 123 Chestnut Street, Suite 400- 800-274-3258
www.phlp.org

Medical Assistance (Access Card)

Medical insurance for welfare recipients as well as many other eligible PA residents- 1-866-550-4355. Verification procedure to process application: birth certificates, social security cards, proof of income last 30 days, proof of residence (utility bill), ID of person applying, last 3 months of medical bills.

Listing of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)

FQHCs offer free or low cost medical/dental care regardless of health insurance or immigration status.
Click here for listing

Listing of Health Care Options for Pennsylvanians

Click below for listing for adults and kids.
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Listing of Health Centers in Philadelphia

Any resident of Philadelphia can access medical and dental care by calling one of Philadelphia’s Health Care Centers. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are accepted as emergencies are presented and time is available. For general information about available services,or to find out where a Health Care Center in your area is located, contact: (215) 685-6790, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5 pm or go to link below.
www.phila.gov/health/AmbulatoryHealth

Free and Low Cost Medications

Many medications for $4 or less or free. Click on a pharmacy below for more information.