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111. Alabama
ALABAMA Affordable Care Act Insurance for Preexisting Conditions Under Alabama Law, AL S 403, enacted in 2004, Alabama offers a mandated offering for group health benefits plan for individuals over the age of 50 or at high risk. The benefits and services covered are examinations and tests in accordance with the American Cancer Society guidelines. (Amsterdam criteria) Alabama Health Care Options...a matrix of services available to individuals in Alabama, who are in need of health care. Health Insurance Alabama Health Programs for persons in Alabama Health Service Information for Rural Persons In Alabama Mobile University of Southern Alabama, Mitchell Cancer Institute, Montgomery, AL FITWAY Alabama Colorectal Cancer Prevention Program Bureau of Family Health Services Alabama Department of Public Health 201 Monroe Street Suite 1400 Montgomery, AL 36104 334-206-7066 Alabama Medicaid Program, 501 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama 334-342-5000 Birmingham, AL University of Alabama - Birmingham Hospital and Clinic Programs Assistance is based upon household size and income. If you have no insurance or third party payment source, assistance may be available. UAB's Hospital Charity Care Program is for those who are uninsured or under insured. You MUST be approved for the program prior to receiving an appointment at the Kirklin Clinic or other clinics. Call 205-801-9910 or 877-277-4923 and choosing option 4 or option 5, physician request, or by e-mail at uab.charity@ncogroup.com. University of Alabama - Comprehensive Cancer Center Cheap Colonoscopy, Birmingham, Alabama East Alabama Medical Center - 334-528-1275 Opelika, Alabama Cancer Resource Center, Dothan, Alabama (Amer Cancer Society operated) 334-671-8604 Alabama Cancer Resources By County Alabama Cancer Control Coalition Listed within these resources are HRSA federally funded health centers which offer medical services to individuals even if they don't have insurance. Services are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. It is important for those who have Lynch syndrome to realize there are resources for cancer screening, once diagnosed. The HRSA facilities are family health centers and are often operated by general practitioners and women's medical health professionals. It is important to use these facilities in a manner of first consulting the GP and providing him with the family history for assessment. The GP will then order specific testing and make referrals as needed, to other facilities which offer services which are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. As well, resources include the CDC and other states' Colonoscopy programs, which are also provided with fees which are based upon an ability to pay. Alabama HRSC Health Centers: Aiello/Buskey Medical Center Prichard, AL 36610 251-452-1442 www.franklinprimary.org Anniston Quality Health Care, Anniston, AL 36201 256-236-0221 www.golhs.org Atmore Clinic, Atmore, AL 36502 251-368-8609 Autaugaville Family Health Ctr Autaugaville, AL 334-365-4524 www.hservinc.org Baldwin Family Health Center, Foley, AL 251-947-1083 www.franklinprimary.org Birmingham Health Care-Medical Plaza Corporation Office 205-212-5600 www.birminghamhealthcare.org Alambama Health Center, Birmingham, AL 205-212-5600 Alabaster Health Center, Alabaster, AL 205-664-4418 Bessemer Health Center, Bessemer, AL 205-428-0118 Eufala Medical Clinic, Eufala, Al 205-212-5600 Northwood Plaza, Birmingham Al 205-212-5600 Birmingham Health Care Metro Facility, Birmingham, AL 205-323-5311 Birmingham Health Care - Southwest, Birmingham 205-925-8044 Birmingham Shelter Clinic, Birmingham 205-439-7201 Birmingham Shelter Salvation, Birmingham, AL 205-439-7201 Ensley Health Center, Ensley, AL 205-212-5600 Highway and Hedges, Shelby, AL 205-212-5600 Marks Village Health Center, Birmingham, AL 205-212-5700 Blount County Quality Health Care, Oneonta, Al 205-274-9799 www.golhs.org Calcedever Clinic, Mount Vernon, AL 251-829-9884 www.mobilecountyhealth.org Canterberry Family Practice, Gadsden, AL 256-546-0073 www.golhs.org Castleberry Clinic, Castleberry, AL 251-966-5440 Capstone Rural Health Center, Parrish, AL 205-686-5113 www.crhc.ua.edu Central Alabama Comprehensive Health, Tuskegee, AL www.cach-med.org Central Health Care: Athens: 256-230-3601 Huntsville, AL 256-533-6311 Central Plaza Towers Health Center Mobile, AL. 251-434-8177 Chisholm Family Health Center, Montgomery, AL www.hservinc.org Citronelle Clinic, Citronelle, Alabama 251-866-9126 Clanton Family Health Care, Clanton, AL 205-755-3980 Clayton Family Health Center, Clayton, AL 334-775-3235 Cleburne Quality Health Care, Heflin, AL 256-463-2021 Colbert Family Medicine, Muscle Shoals, AL 225-638-3286 Crescent East Health Center, Tuscaloosa, AL 205-556-6042 Cullman Quality Health Care, Cullman, AL 256-775-0230 Decatur Primary Care, Decatur, AL 256-353-0179 DeKalb Quality Health Care, Geraldine, AL www.golhs.org Dozier Family Health Center, Dozier, AL 334-496-3521 Dr. Albert Thomas Family Medical Ctr, Mobile, AL 251-452-1010 Dunbar-Abrams Family Health Ctr, Besemer, AL 35020 205-212-5600 Eclectic Family Health Center, Eclectic, AL 334-541-2116 Eight Mile Clinic, Eight Mile, AL 251-456-1399 www.mobilecountyhealth.org Eufaula Internal Medicine, 826 W. Washington St. Eufaula, AL Family Health Care Clinic, Inc., Muscle Shoals, AL 256-389-9797 Family Clinic of Red Bay, Red Bay, AL 256-356-3131 Family Health Care Clinic, Inc. Rogersville, Rogersville, AL 256-247-3154 Decatur, AL 256-340-1251 Florence, Alabama 800-508-7481 Russellville, Alabama 800-508-7481 Town Creek, Alabama 800-508-7481 Family Oriented Primary Health Care Linic, Mobile, AL 251-690-8832 Franklin Medical Mall, Mobile, AL 251-432-4117 Franklin Memorial Primary Health Center, Inc., Mobile, AL 241-434-8177 Frisco City Medical Center, Frisco City, AL 251-267-3900 Gadsden Family and Student Health, Gadsden, AL 256-439-6384 Georgiana Medical Clinic, Georgiana, Alabama 334-376-0078 Gilbertown Medical Center, Gilbertown, Alabama 251-843-5537 Goodwater Family Health Ctr, Goodwater, AL 256-377-4365 H.E. Savage Ctr, Mobile Alabama 251-694-1801 Hale County Health Center, Greensboro, AL 334-624-7270 Hayneville Family Health Center, Hayneville, AL 334-548-2516 Hurtsboro Medical Clinic, Hurtsboro, AL 334-667-7734 J.R. Thomas Wellness, Fitness and Rehabilitation Ctr, Mobile, AL 251-432-4117 J.W. Stewart Neighborhood health Center, Gadsden, AL 256-492-0131 James O. Ellis Health Ctr, Tuscaloosa, AL 205-752-1087 La Clinica de Baldwin Foley, Alabama www.mobilecountyhealth.org Lafayette Health Center, Lafayette, AL 334-864-0084 Lister Hill Health Ctr, Montgomery AL 334-263-2301 Lower Peachtree Medical Center, Lower Peachtree, AL Loxley Family Medical Center, Loxley, AL 251-964-4011 Marion Health Center, Marion, AL 334-683-2073 Maude L. Whatley Health Center, Tuscaloosa, AL 205-758-6647 Maysville Medical Center, Mobile, AL 251-471-3747 Montgomery Parimary Care, Montgomery, AL 334-293-6670 Mostellar Medical Center, La Batre, Al 251-824-2174 Mount Vernon Clinic, Mount Vernon, AL 251-829-4882 New Market Clinic, New Market, Al 256-379-2101 Newburn Clinic, Mobile, AL 251-405-4525 Newton Family Health Center, Newton, AL 334-299-3592 Northeast Alabama Health Services: Fort Payne, AL 256-844-4975 Fyffe, AL 256-623-5242 Bryant, AL 256-597-4144 Trenton, AL 256-776-2949 Scottsboro, AL 256-574-5508 Scottsboro, AL 256-587-3050 Section, AL 256-228-3471 Stevenson, AL 256-437-9962 Northeast Regional Care Center 256-237-2134 Pine Apple Health Center, Pine Apple, AL 251-746-2197 Pittsview Health Center, Pittsview, AL 334-727-7050 Ramer Health Center, Ramer, ALabama 334-562-3229 Red Level Medical Center, Red Level, AL 334-469-5311 Roberta O. Watts medical Center, Gadsden, AL 256-492-0131 Rogersville Family Practice, Rogersville, AL 256-247-3154 Russellville Family Practice, Russellville, AL 256-332-7310 Sardis City Medical Center, Boaz, AL 256-593-2371 SARHA Doctors Center, Troy, AL 334-566-8822 Semmes Clinic, Semmes, Al 251-445-0582 Slocomb Family Health Center, Slocomb, AL 334-886-3023 Southwest Alabama health Svc, McIntosh, AL 251-944-2842 Springhill Health Center, Mobile, AL 251-694-0070 Sumter County Health Center, York, AL 205-392-9656 Talladega Quality Healthcare, Talladega, AL 256-315-1697 The Family Health Center, Tyler, Al 334-872-1966 The Hadley Medical Center, Mobile, AL 251-450-8055 Town Creek Family Practice, Town Creek, AL 256-685-3336 Tri County Medical Center, Inc., Evergreen, AL 251-578-1163 Tiuskegee Health Center, Tuskegee, AL 334-727-7050 Tuskegee University Student Health Center, Tuskegee, AL www.cach-med.org Uniontown health Center, Uniontown, AL 334-628-2651 Uriah Clinic, Uriah Al 251-862-2431 USA Childrens and Womens Hospital, Mobile, AL 251-690-8115 Vernon Health Center, Vernon, AL 205-695-0450 Vredenburgh Health Center, Vrendenburgh, AL 334-337-4787 W.T. Scruggs Medical Cetner, Walnut Grove, AL 205-589-6361 Wadley Cornerstone Clinic, Wadley, AL 256-395-4157 West Blocton Health Center, Woodstock, AL 205-938-9508 West Blockton, AL 205-938-9508 West Mobile Family Medical Center, Mobile, AL 251-344-1964 Whatley Health Services: Eutaw, AL 205-372-0011 Sipsey, AL 205-648-5337 Oakman, AL 205-622-2830 Yearwood Medical Ctr, Deposit, AL 334-227-9991 Yellow Bluff Health Center, Pine Hill, AL 334-963-4201 Financial Living Assistance Alabama Foundation for Oncology - Birmingham, Alabama Helps cancer patients with day to day expenses during treatment. 205-877-2224 Montgomery Cancer Wellness Foundation - Montomgery, Alabama Provides Low Cost Medication, Transportation to Medical Treatments and Appointments and other services. Alabama Medicaid Alabama Low Income Energy Assistance Program Community Action Agency, Montgomgery, AL 334-584-7717 Providing Financial Assistance North Baldwin Ecumenical Association, Minette, AL 251-937-8115 Chilton County Emergency Assistance Program , Clanton, AL 205-755-9467 Carin Center -Northbrook Baptist, Cullman, AL 256-737-7757 Individual and Family Support Council, Dothan, AL 334-793-1044 Ecumenical Ministries Inc., Fairhope, AL 251-928-3430 Ecumenical Ministries, Inc., Foley, AL 251-943-3445 Army Community Services, Fort Rucker 334-255-3817 Community Action Agency of Baldwin County-Clarke County Grove Hill, AL 251-275-8498 Christian Service Center, Gulf Shores, AL 251-968-5256 HEARTS, Heflin, AL 256-463-1020 Ranburne, AL 256-568-5023 St Vincent De Paul: Huntsville: Our Lady Queen 256-852-2899 St. Joseph 256-539-7467 Holy Spirit 256-881-9663 Zamora Shrine Temple, Irondale, AL 205-956-3636 Catholic Social Services, Jackson 251-246-0131 Robertsdale 251-947-2293 Bana Mobile Resource Center, Mobile, AL 251-471-3333 Jewish Family Services, Mobile, AL 251-457-3557 Kate Middleton Fund, Mobile, AL 251-438-9597 Baptist Health Montgomgery, AL 334-273-4500 Community Action Agency, Montgomery, AL 334-263-3474 Montgomery, Cleveland Court 334-265-5859 Montgomery, Madison Park, Flatwood, 334-263-0943 Montgomery, Trenholm Court, 334-269-9896 Jackson Hospital and Clinic, Montgomery 334-293-8000 St. Jude Social Services, Montgomery, AL 334-265-6791 Alabama No or Low Cost Health Insurance Transportation and Lodging While Undergoing Treatment: Hope Lodge - American Cancer Society Birmingham Revised 9/16/2012
Thursday, 12 July 2012 | 2158 hits
112. Alaska
ALASKA Health and Human Services Information for Rural Alaskans Affordable Care Act: Insurance For Preexisting Conditions State of Alaska Genetic Services State of Alaska Community Health Centers Health Care Provider Student Loan Repayment Providence Cancer Center Providence Health and Services Genetic Counseling Interior Alaska Cancer Association, Financial and Emotional Support Wrangell Medical Center Foundation - Travel Assistance Cancer Connection Alaska Regional Hospital - Cancer Care Center Alaska Cancer Care Alliance Alaska Living Will through Alaska Cancer Care Alliance Alaska Power of Attorney through Alaska Cancer Care Alliance Alaska Native Health Board Alaska Native Health Center Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Thursday, 12 July 2012 | 1575 hits
113. Arkansas
ARKANSAS Affordable Care Act, Program for individuals with preexisting conditions Arkansas enacted legislation, HB 2781 Act 2236, in 2005, which provides colorectal cancer screening for individual and group HMOs, Medicaid, State employees' and PUblic School Teachers' Health Insurance Program for individuals who are 35-40 in a high risk group, to African Americans and to anyone over the age of 40. Examinations and tests are in accordance with ACS guidelines. Individuals will choose their screenings with a health provider. Health and Human Services Information for Rural Arkansas Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute, Univ of Arkansas - Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute, Little Rock, Arkansas 501-686-8530 Genetic Testing and Counseling University of Arkansas for Medical Services (previous to a cancer diagnosis) Listed within these resources are HRSA federally funded health centers which offer medical services to individuals even if they don't have insurance. Services are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. It is important for those who have Lynch syndrome to realize there are resources for cancer screening, once diagnosed. The HRSA facilities are family health centers and are often operated by general practitioners and womens medical health professionals. It is important to use these facilities in a manner of first consulting the GP and providing him with the family history for assessment. The GP will then order specific testing and make referrals as needed, to other facilities which offer services which are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. As well, resources include the CDC and other states' Colonoscopy programs, which are also provided with fees which are based upon an ability to pay. HRSA Health Centers: Jonesboro Family Health Center, Jonesboro, AR 870-347-2508 Lake City Health Center, Lake City, AR 870-237-3399 Lakeview Area Clinic, Helena, AR 870-827-3201 Lee County Cooperative Clinic, Marianna, AR 870-295-5225 Lewisville Family Practice Center, Lewisville, AR 870-921-5781 Little Rock CHC, Little Rock, Arkansas 501-376-1285 Mainline Health System, Portland, 870-AR 737-2221 McCrory Health Center, McCrory, AR 870-731-5411 Mid-Delta Health Systems, Clarendon, AR 870-747-3381 Boston Rural Mountain Health Center, Huntsville, AR 749-738-5500 Deer, AR 870-428-5391 Cabun Rural Health Center, Hampton, AR 870-798-4299 Carlisle Medical Clinic, Carlisle, AR 870-552-7303 College Station Clinic, College Station, AR 501-490-2440 Community Clinic, Rogers, AR 479-636-9235 Siloam Springs, AR 479-524-9550 Springdale, AR 479-751-7417 Community Health Care Center, Walnut Ridge, AR 870-886-5507 Corning Area Healthcare, Corning, AR 870-857-3399 Cotton Plant Medical Clinic, Cotton Plant, Ar 870-459-3588 Dermott Medical and Dental Clinic, Dermott, Ar 870-538-3355 Des Arc Health Center, Des Arc, AR 870-256-4178 East Arkansas Family Health Center West Memphis Ar 870-475-2977 Lepanto, AK 870-475-2977 England Health Center, England, AR Low Cost-No Cost Colonoscopies Saint Francis House Clinic Offers free or reduced cost cancer screenings. Saint Francis House Clinic Little Rock (501) 552-3241 Pulaski County Health Unit – Central Little Rock Little Rock 501-280-3100 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Pulaski County Health Unit – N. Little Rock N. Little Rock 501-791-8551 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Pulaski County Health Unit – Southwest Little Rock Little Rock 501-565-9311 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Revised 9/17/2012
Monday, 09 July 2012 | 1487 hits
114. Colorado
COLORADO Affordable Care Act Health Insurance for Individuals with A Pre-existing Condition Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment PSD Chronic Disease A-5 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, CO 80246-1530 303-692-2598 Fax: 303-691-7900 smortens@smtpgate.dphe.state.co.us Health and Human Services Programs To Assist Rural Coloradans Boulder Women's Health Care, Boulder Colorado University of Colorado Cancer Center, Denver, Colorado, an NCI Institution Denver Veterans Administration Hospital, Dr. Dennis Ahnen List of Colorado Genetic Counseling Services for Genetic Testing Listed within these resources are HRSA federally funded health centers which offer medical services to individuals even if they don't have insurance. Services are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. It is important for those who have Lynch syndrome to realize there are resources for cancer screening, once diagnosed. The HRSA facilities are family health centers and are often operated by general practitioners and womens medical health professionals. It is important to use these facilities in a manner of first consulting the GP and providing him with the family history for assessment. The GP will then order specific testing and make referrals as needed, to other facilities which offer services which are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. As well, resources include the CDC and other states' Colonoscopy programs, which are also provided with fees which are based upon an ability to pay. HRSA Health Centers in Colorado: Alamosa Medical Center, Alamosa, Colorado Arvada Clinic, Arvada, Colorado Avondale Medical Services, Avondale, Colorado Beacon Place Medical Respite Care, Denver, Colorado Carriage House, Boulder, Colorado Ceasar E. Chavez Medical Center, Center, Colorado Cheyenne County Public Health Office, Cheyenne Wells, Colorado Clinica Campesina Family Health Center, Lafayette, Colorado, Thornton, Colorado, Boulder, Colorado Colorado Avenue Clinic, Pueblo, Colorado Community Health Clinic, Dove Creek, Colorado 970-677-2291 Compass House, 1740 14th St., Ste 101, Boulder, Colorado Convenient Care Community Clinic, Almarosa, Colorado Denver Health Medical Campus, Denver, Colorado Divide Health Clinic, Divide, Colorado East Side Family Health Clinic, Denver, Colorado Estes Street Community Clinic, Estes Park, Colorado Family Health Clinic at Union, Colorado Springs, Colorado Farmworker Health Services Clinic, Palisades, Colorado Flagler Clinic, Flagler, Colorado Salud Family Health Centers, Locations: Fort Collins, Fort Lupton, Fort Morgan Frederick, Longmont, Colorado, Estes Park, Commerce City, Brighton, Colorado, Sterling, Colorado Fremont Family Medical Center, Canon City, Colorado Guadalupe Family Health Center, Antonito, Colorado Health Outeach Program, Denver, Colorado Helena Clinic, Aurora, Colorado High Plains Community Health Center, Lamar, Colorado Jeffco Clinic, Lakewood, Colorado Kit Carson County Health Service, Burlington, Colorado La Casa Quigg Family Health and Counseling Center, Denver, Colorado La Junta Clinic, La Junta, Colorado Las Animas Clinic, Las Animas, Colorado Littleton Health and Wellness Center, Littleton, Colorado Loveland Community Health Center, Loveland, Colorado 970-669-4855 Lowry Family Health Center, Denver, Colorado Mancos Family Health Center, Mancos, Colorado MCPN Englewood Clinic, Englewood, Colorado Moffatt Family Health Center, Moffatt, Colorado Monfort Family Clinic, Evans, Colorado 970-353-9403 Montbello Family Health Center, Denver, Colorado Mountain Familly Health Center Locations: Central City, Glenwood Springs, Colorado Myron Stratton Family Health Clinic, Colorado Springs, Colorado North Aurora Family Health Services, Aurora, Colorado Northwest Colorado Community Health Center, Craig, Colorado Park Hill Health Center, Denver, Colorado Peak Vista Community Health Center Women's Clinic, Colorado Springs, Colorado People's Clinic, Boulder, Colorado 303-449-6050 Plains Medical Center, Locations: Strasberg, Colorado, Limon, Colorado Platte Canyon Clinic, Bailey, Colorado Potomac Street Health Clinic, Aurora, Colorado Rout Medical Health Center, Pueblo, Colorado San Luis Health Center, San Luis, Colorado St Francis Center, Denver, Colorado St. Mary's Family Practice Residency, Grand Junction, Colorado Stein Wellness Center, Lakewood, Colorado Stout Street Clinic, Denver, Colorado Uncompahgre Clinics, Norwood, Colorado Walsenburg OB-GYN Clinic, Walsenburg, Colorado Wellington E. Webb Center for PC, Denver, Colorado Westside Family Health Center, Denver, Colorado Low Cost - No Cost Colonoscopy - Cancer Screenings Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment PSD Chronic Disease A-5 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, CO 80246-1530 303-692-2598 Fax: 303-691-7900 Revised 9/17/2012
Sunday, 15 July 2012 | 1668 hits
CONNECTICUT No Cost and Low Cost Surveillance Testing and Treatment Resources: Affordable Care Act - Health Insurance for Individuals With Pre-Existing Conditions Connecticut Colorectal Cancer Control Program 410 Capitol Avenue, MS #11CCS Hartford, CT 06134 860-509-7804 Health Resources for those who live in Connecticut Gastro Center No Cost Colonoscopy Screening Connecticut Colorectal Program (Low Cost-No Cost Colonoscopies) Yale Cancer Center, an NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center, New Haven, CT. Western Connecticut Health Network, Danbury Hospital, Milbury Hospital (Genetic Testing) --- Listed within these resources are HRSA federally funded health centers which offer medical services to individuals even if they don't have insurance. Services are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. It is important for those who have Lynch syndrome to realize there are resources for cancer screening, once diagnosed. The HRSA facilities are family health centers and are often operated by general practitioners and women's medical health professionals. It is important to use these facilities in a manner of first consulting the GP and providing him with the family history for assessment. The GP will then order specific testing and make referrals as needed, to other facilities which offer services which are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. As well, resources include the CDC and other states' Colonoscopy programs, which are also provided with fees which are based upon an ability to pay. Complete List of Connecticut HRSA Health Centers for Low Cost, No Cost Primary Care -------- Support: Ann's Place, Danbury, CT Support and Resources for Women With Cancer
Sunday, 15 July 2012 | 1653 hits
116. Delaware
DELAWARE Affordable Care Act Health Insurance For Individuals with Preexisting Conditions Delaware Screening for Life Program 540 S. DuPont Highway Thomas Collins Building Suite 11 Dover, DE 19901 302-744-1040 Health Resources For Those In Delaware Delaware Cancer Consortium (Screenings) Delaware Screening for Life Program The Starrlight Fund Financial Assistance for Women (Kent and Sussex County) With Ovarian Cancer For more information contact the Delaware Community Foundation Listed within these resources are HRSA federally funded health centers which offer medical services to individuals even if they don't have insurance. Services are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. It is important for those who have Lynch syndrome to realize there are resources for cancer screening, once diagnosed. The HRSA facilities are family health centers and are often operated by general practitioners and women's medical health professionals. It is important to use these facilities in a manner of first consulting the GP and providing him with the family history for assessment. The GP will then order specific testing and make referrals as needed, to other facilities which offer services which are provided on fees based upon an ability to pay. As well, resources include the CDC and other states' Colonoscopy programs, which are also provided with fees which are based upon an ability to pay. HRSA Clinics: Henrietta Johnson Medical Center, Wilmington, Delaware Kent Community Health Center, Dover, Delaware La Red Health Center, Dover, Delaware 302-855-1233 Georgetown, Delaware 302-855-2130 Westside Family Health Care: Locations: Neward, Wilmington, Bear, Delaware Medical Centers: Kent General Hospital, Dover, Delaware - Offers a Payment Schedule Milford Memorial Hospital, Milford, Delware - Offers a Payment Schedule Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware -- a nonprofit facility. No person is denied medical care based upon a nonability to pay. Helen F. Graham Cancer Center, Newark, Delaware, an NCI participating cancer institute. Through Christianacare, they offer assistance for those in need, with genetic counseling and cancer care for those with hereditary cancers. Delaware Cancer Treatment Program for the Uninsured-Offers up to two years free cancer treatment to qualified households. Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford, Delaware - Offers Financial Counselors who will research and apply for financial assistance for those in need. St. Francis Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware Offers a financial assistance program for those in need and based upon income. VA Medical Center, Wilmington, Delaware Support and Resources: Cancer Care Connection The Wellness Community First State Prostate Support Group 302-324-4227 National Ovarian Cancer Coalition - Delaware- 302-998-6889 Compassionate Friends 302-657-4553 Revised 9/17/2012
Sunday, 15 July 2012 | 1481 hits
117. Florida
FLORIDA Affordable Care Act - Health Insurance For Individuals With Preexisting Conditions Florida Colorectal Cancer Control Program Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention Florida Department of Health 4052 Bald Cypress Way; HSFCD, Bin#A-18 Tallahassee, FL 32399-1723 850-245-4330 Low Cost - No Cost Colonoscopies Florida Colorectal Cancer Control Program Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention Florida Department of Health 4052 Bald Cypress Way; HSFCD, Bin#A-18 Tallahassee, FL 32399-1723 (850) 245-4330 Cancer Screening – Colorectal Charlotte County Health Department, Punta Gorda (941) 639-1181. Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Administers Medicaid Florida Health Educators Center Provide education and determine needs of Florida Health care Florida Office Of Rural Health Florida Center for Health Care Information Florida Health Maintenance Consumer Assistance Plan Helps Consumers With HMO problems Florida Health and Family Assistance Food Assistance Enrollment Florida Health Care Complaints Florida Health Facility Concern Hotline Florida Medical Provider Complaints Florida Board of Medicine Florida Medical Malpractice Arbitration Florida Program for Disabilities Resources and Assistance Florida Children's Medical Program For the special needs of those under the age of 21 FAAST Providing Access to Healthy Living and Assisted Technology for those with disabilities Kidney Foundation of Florida Assistance for those with kidney cancers Health Flex Plan Program, Florida Make A Wish Foundation - Central, Northern Florida, Suncoast Southern Florida Myriad Genetics - Offers financial assistance for genetic testing for low income individuals RX Hope - Prescription Assistance Volunteer Health Services Program Professionals volunteering services to those underserved and in need. K-Mart Pharmacy Prescription Drug Saving Program American Liver Foundation 211 United Way - Assistance with housing and living needs, health needs Alachua County We Care Program... Physicians and dentists offering services to the underserved Equal Access Clinic - Gainsville Sunna Program - Cancer support and therapies for women All Women's Health Center - 888-878-3304 Screening tests Family Medical and Dental Centers - Primary Care Community and Migrant Health Center 386-328-0108 211 United Way Assistance with referrals for food, healthcare, housing, etc. National Association of Counties Prescription Drug Program Baker County County Health Department Services Bay County The Bay Cares Indigent Care Program - Bay, Gulf and Franklin County Pancare Community Health Center Northwest Florida United Way Hotline Covenant Hospice Bradford County Early Diagnostics Free Mammograms for Symptomatic Poverty Level Women American Cancer Society - Free Mammograms Family Medical and Dental Centers 386-328-0108 Brevard County Central Florida Family Health Centers Treasure Coast Community Health Care Brevard Health Alliance - Health Care On A Sliding Fee Scale Care Entree - Low Cost Prescription Plan Community Medical Clinic, Parrish Medical Center (Titusville) Leukemia-Lymphoma Society Provides up to $500 in treatment expenses 407-898-0733 Broward County County Health Department - Breast Cancer Screenings, free or reduced drugs for qualifying individuals, mobile and stationary medical clinics by professional volunteers, liver disease clinic Broward General Medical Center - Outpatient services on a sliding fee scale A Hill Burton obligated facility Comprehensive Care Center, A Hill Burton obligated facility Broward County Medical Society - providing professional services to qualifying patients 954-714-9477 Broward Outreach Center - Medical Care For the Homeless Living Water Care Center - Medical Care, Food, Assistance from the FLA Baptist Assoc. 954-759-6600 Clinica La Luz Del Mundo Free primary care for qualified uninsured patients FACHC Health Centers Transportation and Lodging While Undergoing Treatment Winn Dixie Hope Lodge - Gainesville, through the American Cancer Society
Sunday, 15 July 2012 | 2320 hits
118. Washington
WASHINGTON In 2007, the state of Washington passed a law mandating that colon cancer screening be covered by all insurers for people 50 and older and those who are at high risk. This is an important step in eliminating the financial barrier that might prevent people from seeking a lifesaving procedure. Overall Assistance Gilda's Club - Seattle Financial Assistance Affordable Care Act - Health Insurance For those With Preexisting Conditions Washington Breast, Cervical, and Colon Health Program Cancer Prevention and Control Unit P.O. Box 47855 111 Israel Road SE Tumwater, WA 98504-7855 1-888-438-2247 Seattle and King County Low cost Health Care Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Ronald McDonald Services of Western Washington Cancer Lifeline - Support, Research, Education, Advocacy Washington Basic Health Washington Colon Cancer Stars Support, Treatment, Education, Financial Assistance Seattle Foundation - Cancer Lifeline Patient Assistance Fund at Swedish Cancer Institute - Seattle Northwest Sarcoma Foundation's Financial Assistance Program Washington 211 Resource Page With Thousands of Resources in Washington Bellevue Lifespring - One time assistance with medications and medical supplies for residents of Bellevue Benton Franklin Community Action Committee - Assistance With Prescriptions Cancer Patient Care Organization - Spokane Provides up to $300 for Prescriptions Choice Regional Health Network - Screens individuals for prescription assistance Clark County Veterans Assistance Program - assistance with living costs, medical costs, etc. Coastal Community Action Program - Gray's Harbor - United Way Emergency Fund to help with living and medical costs DSHS Medical Coverage Programs Coordinates low income coverage for residents Emergency Outreach Program, Lacy, Washington Limited Assistance with Prescriptions 360-923-0929 Enumclaw Helping Hands, Enumclaw, Washington Provides assistance for gas, prescriptions 360-825-6188 First Baptist Church, Shelton, Washington Provides Prescription Vouchers Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, Vancouver, WA. Provides Emergency Prescriptions Friends of Friends Medical Support Fund, Langley, WA - Help paying for medical expenses GM Lauridsan Charity Trust Fund - Assistance for widows in Clallam County, expenses, medical expenses, funding not available immediately (360) 452-8282 Harris Medical Center, Bremerton, Washington Patient Assistance Program so patients in need won't be turned away. Emergency Social Services, Walla Walla, WA Foodbank, clothing, rental assistance, living assistance, prescription assistance Charity Care Program, Townsend, WA Financial assistance so no person is denied health care. Income verification required King's County Veterans Assistance Program-assistance with living costs, medical costs, etc. MANNA - Port Angeles, Washington Assistance for utilities, some prescriptions 360) 457-3954 Multi Service Center, Kent Washington - Provides Utility, Prescription, Gas Voucher Asst. Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society, Bremerton, Washington Interest free grants and/or loans for medical care, funerals, food, rent, etc. New Hope Resource Center, Colbert, Washington Assistance with prescriptions North Kitsap Fishline, Poulsbo, WA Limited emergency assistance for medical, utility, transportation, ferry tickets to medical appointments North Mason County Resource, Belfair, WA Prescription Assistance for the Uninsured North Whidbey Help House, Salvation Army Prescription Assistance, Oak Harbor, WA 360-675-0681 Northeast Community Center, Spokane, Washington Prescription Assistance Northwest Lions Foundation, Lions Patient Care Grants, Seattle, WA Special Equipment and Medical Procedure Assistance Olympic Community Action Programs (Statewide) Living Assistance Peninsula FISH - Long Beach, WA Prescription Assistance (360) 642-4987 Ext: 1 Plateau Outreach Ministries, Enumclaw, Washington Provides utilities, prescription and school supply assistance Port Townsend Police Department - Salvation Army Prescription Assistance Project Hope, Lynden, WA Food, Utilities, Transportation Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett, Washington Financial assistance for individuals meeting income guidelines for most medical expenses Queen Anne Helpline, Seattle, Washington Prescription Assistance Retsil Veterans Home, Retsil, Washington, Cash Assistance for Living Expenses, Medical Care St. Joseph's Hospital, Bellingham, Washington Necessary health care, low cost-no cost for persons with no other financial resources St. Leo's Parish, Tacoma, Washington Prescription Assistance St. Martin of Tours, Fife, WA Rent, Utility and limited prescription Assistance (253) 970-9037 St. Vincent de Paul, Olympia, WA Prescription Assistance Salvation Army, Everett, WA. Vouchers for free medical appointments at Providence Health Care, Prescription Vouchers, Salvation Army is located throughout Washington and provides healthcare assistance Scottish Rite Foundation, Spokane, Washington Provides Medical Assistance and loans medical equipment Skagit County Community Action Committee, Concrete, Mount Vernon, WA Provides medical assistance in certain critical needs situations. Provides medical assistance to veterans. Small Miracles - Coupeville Emergency Support Fund, Coupeville, WA Financial Assistance for Medical Costs 360) 672-5651 Veterans - Snohomish County, Everett, WA. Provides medical assistance and living assistance to vets and their families. South Beach Christian Outreach - Assistance with paying emergency living expenses, prescriptions (360) 268-1455 St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Wenatchee, WA Food Vouchers, Assistance with Prescriptions (509) 662-4569 St. Vincent de Paul, Seaview, WA Prescription Assistance (360) 642-8401 St Vincent de Paul, Richland, WA. Basic needs and financial assistance, must call first. (509) 946-1325 St. Vincent de Paul, Vancouver, WA Living expenses, basic needs, prescriptions, other St James Episcopal Church, Kent, Washington Prescription Assistance for City Residents Swedish Medical Center, North Hill, Low Cost, No Cost Health Care to Low Income Folks Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ, Carnation, WA Rent, Utilities, Food Prescriptions, Gasoline Vaschon Youth and Family Services, Vashon, WA Vouchers for Emergency Medical Prescriptions Veterans of Foreign Wars, Port Orchard and Bremerton, WA Financial cash grants for living and medical expenses Washington State Department of Health, Breast, Cervical, Colon Screening Programs Washington Women In Need Bellevue, WA- Provides assistance for payment of twelve months of health care premiums for women in need. West Seattle Helpline, Seattle, WA Financial assistance for utilities, heating fuel, bus tickets Willapa Harbor Helping Hands, South Bend, WA. Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Premium Payment Program (800) 562-3022 Medicaid recipients who have private, employer sponsored, COBRA, or Medicare Supplement insurance and are having difficulty paying the premiums may be able to receive assistance through this program Treatment Facilities Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA. Family Assistance Fund Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Swedish Cancer Center Women's Cancer Care of Seattle Floyd and Dolores Jones Cancer Institute at Virginia Mason Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research Kitsap County Veterans Assistance Fund - Provides cash grants for food, rent, utilities, transportation, medical expenses, burial/cremation, repairs, clothing Low Cost - No Cost Colonoscopies Washington Breast, Cervical, and Colon Health Program Cancer Prevention and Control Unit 111 Israel Road SE PO Box P.O. Box 47855 Tumwater, WA 98504-7855 1 (888) 438-2247 Support Gilda's Club, Seattle Kamp Kesem, Allyn Washington Camp for Children Whose Parents Have Cancer SCAA provides emotional, support and counseling services. Shine Hats, hairpieces and other support items Anton's Hair Company, Bellevue, Washington Beauty and Cancer Program (206) 598-3604 A volunteer-run program at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) 24 Hour Phone Support Cancer Lifeline Support Groups Caregiving Support Teams To Assist With Care Needs King County Crisis Clinic Hope Link (425) 869-6000In partnership with the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Hopelink coordinates door-to-door transportation to and from medical appointments for low income residents on Medicaid assistance. Other types of assistance are available for families in crisis, such as housing, interpretation, energy assistance, food, emergency, and financial. Operation Uplift - Offers Support Services and Free Mammograms yearly Team Survivor Northwest - Women's Support - Fitness for Survivors- Latina Outreach Northwest Hope and Healing for Women With Gynecological Cancers Housing and Allocations During Treatment - Seattle Pete Gross House This facility of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a 70-unit apartment building located less than one-half mile from SCCA. The apartments have been specifically furnished and designed for the comfort of patients and families. Ronald McDonald House The local Ronald McDonald House offers space for 80 pediatric patients and their family members. It serves patients who are being treated currently at both Seattle Children’s and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and who live at least 45 miles away. UWMC Hospitality House (The Collegiana) This facility offers spacious, quiet rooms near University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC), with a free shuttle to UWMC. The Collegiana has free Internet access, free laundry and a full kitchen in the common area. SCCA House serves SCCA patients seeking temporary lodging during treatment. This is a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility that provides a healing environment for those needing a place for a few nights, weeks or even months. There are 80 suites with three different room sizes. SCAA Airport Transportation (206) 288-1075 or volunteer@seattlecca.org SCAA provides counseling and emotional services. Genetic Testing Virginia Mason Genetic Counseling State of Washington Genetic Testing Clinics Yakima Memorial Hospital University of Washington Genetics Division Summit Therapy and Health Services, Pullman, Washington Central Washington Hospital, Wenatchee, WA Evergreen Health, Kirkland, WA Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Genetic Division Northwest Cancer Specialists, Vancouver, Washington DNA Diagnostics Center, Vancouver, Washington Northwest Perinatal Center, Portland, Oregon Healthcare And Other Services For The Underserved ea Mar Community Health Centers - Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community based organization committed to providing comprehensive health and human services to the community, specializing in service to Hispanics. Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers - Promotes access to primary health care for low income and underserved populations in Washington State. Living Subsistence And Assistance Auburn Food Bank
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119. Kansas
KANSAS Affordable Care Act - Health Insurance For Individuals With Pre-existing Conditions RA Bloch Foundation - Offers free second opinions, phone counseling at 800-433-0464, University of Kansas, Cancer Center Debra Collins Genetic Counselor University of Kansas Center Cancer Center, Westwood Campus 2330 Shawnee Mission Parkway Westwood, KS 66205 (913) 588-3859 Appointments: (913) 588-3671 dcollins@kumc.edu Support List of Kansas Cancer Support Groups
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120. Texas
TEXAS Affordable Care Act - Health Insurance For those With Preexisting Conditions Cancer Therapy and Research Center, Univ of Texas, Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX (NCI) Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas (An NCI Institution) Houston Low Cost Colonoscopies Project Accion, University of Texas, El Paso - Free Colonoscopies and Diagnostic Tests UTSW- PROSPR Clinic - Providing A Five Year Study With Diagnostic Screenings, Low Cost Testing Simmons Cancer Center - Providing A Five Year Study with Diagnostic Screenings PROSPR Clinic UT-Parkland - Providing a Five Year Study with Diagnostic Screenings PROSPR Clinic Texas Cancer Registry - Providing a Five Year Study with Diagnostic Screenings PROSPR Clinic UT School of Public Health, Dallas - Providing A Five Year Study with Diagnostice Screenings PROSPR Clinic Low Cost-No Cost Cancer Screenings National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) Dallas County Hospital District This program offers breast and cervical cancer screening, diagnostic testing, follow-up, and case management services. Screening services offered include clinical breast exams, mammograms, and pap tests. Diagnostic services include diagnostic mammograms breast ultrasounds and biopsies, and colposcopies and biopsies. Dallas County Hospital District Dallas (214) 266-3306 The Freer Center Fort Worth (817) 924-1999 Cancer Screening – Colorectal Health Home Test Health Home Test offers reduced cost FOBTs (Fecal Occult Blood Tests), a test for colorectal cancer that can be done in the home. Health Home Test Arlington (800) 929-2044 Methodist Hospital: West Dallas Multipurpose Center – Central Dallas Dallas (214) 947-0000 Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic – Central Dallas Dallas (214) 947-0000 Martin Luther King Community Center – Central Dallas Dallas (214) 947-0000 Parkland Health and Hospital System Dallas (214) 266-1694 UT Southwestern Medical Center 214-648-7421 Genetic Testing: UT Southwestern - Arielle Yorczyk, MS, CGC Certified Genetic Counselor UT Southwestern Medical Center Moncrief Cancer Institute Scheduling: 214 645-2563 P: 817 838-4874 F: 214 645-2562 UT Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Center Bedford (817) 857-2800 YWCA Women’s Resource Center Dallas (214) 584-2341 People’s Community Clinic – Austin, TX http://www.austinpcc.org/ 2909 North IH-35, Austin, Texas 78722 512-478-4939 CommUnityCare Family Wellness Center North Address: 2901 North IH 35, Suite 101 Austin, Texas 78722 Contact: Coordinator (512) 471-9091 Cost / Fees: sliding scale Eligibility: To qualify, a woman must: Meet income guidelines (one person household can earn no more than 21,660 per year, two person household no more than 29,140, three person household no more than 36,620, and a four person household no more than 44,100. Call for limits for larger household sizes) Be uninsured or underinsured Be age 40 – 64 years for breast cancer screening and diagnostic services Be age 21 – 64 years for cervical cancer screening services Be age 18 – 64 years for cervical cancer diagnostic services Handicap Accessible: Yes Language(s): Spanish ,English Program Dates Program Times Mon, Weds, Thurs 9:00am – 4:00pm El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Mission, Inc. Address: 7000 Woodhue Bldg C Austin, Texas 78745 Contact: (512) 439-0720 Cost / Fees: sliding scale Eligibility: To qualify, a woman must: Meet income guidelines (one person household can earn no more than 21,660 per year, two person household no more than 29,140, three person household no more than 36,620, and a four person household no more than 44,100. Call for limits for larger household sizes) Be uninsured or underinsured Be age 40 – 64 years for breast cancer screening and diagnostic services Be age 21 – 64 years for cervical cancer screening services Be age 18 – 64 years for cervical cancer diagnostic services Handicap Accessible: Yes Language(s): English Program Dates Program Times Mon – Fri 8:30am – 5:00pm Texas Department of State Health Services Address: Prevention and Primary Care Services 1100 West 49th St, MC 1923 Austin, Texas 78756 Contact: BCCCP (512) 458-7796 Cost / Fees: sliding scale Eligibility: To qualify, a woman must: Meet income guidelines (one person household can earn no more than 21,660 per year, two person household no more than 29,140, three person household no more than 36,620, and a four person household no more than 44,100. Call for limits for larger household sizes) Be uninsured or underinsured Be age 40 – 64 years for breast cancer screening and diagnostic services Be age 21 – 64 years for cervical cancer screening services Be age 18 – 64 years for cervical cancer diagnostic services Handicap Accessible: Yes Language(s): Spanish ,English Program Dates Program Times Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm Texas Laws Re: Genetic Testing - Statutes Covering Genetic Testing
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