MEDICATION COVERAGE ASSISTANCE
This project’s goal is to find children of low-income, disabled, uninsured, and refugee parents using screening questionnaires in governmental health care facilities. The project will then assist qualified pediatric patients and their families through the Children Medication Assistance Program (CMAP). Social workers will investigate the financial state of the family and will determine the type of assistance to provide. Our medication assistance program includes full medication coverage and co-payment.
We have an education program that encourages families to enroll in health insurance programs that the government offers. We also offer insurance subsidy support to families that cannot afford to enroll in insurance programs. Families will also be provided with trainings in areas of financial management and savings on a quarterly base. The goal of these trainings is to enable parents to acquire knowledge and skills in areas that will enable them to establish sustainable livelihood that will promote self-reliance after external support has been suspended.
COMMUNITY OUT-REACH PROGRAM
Our organization also has a community outreach program to educates the community about preventative health measures and the importance of will target educational institutions, health centers, religious centers, and other services that alleviate the challenges children and young people face in their holistic development.