Your skin is your largest and most visible organ. It´s exposed to the elements daily, oftentimes without protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays. With Independence Day weekend already upon us, you´re probably planning to be outside more than usual. In recognition of UV Safety Month, we want to ... Read More »
Health Resources/Healthcare For Single Moms
The sad truth is that many single moms are uninsured today, and many have to deal with difficult pregnancies.
How do we stay healthy when we cannot afford health insurance? How do we go through pregnancies to have a healthy baby, how do we care for newborn babies. How do we keep our little ones healthy as well.
Many of us have difficulty affording health care, including prescription medicines. And let’s not forget about as adults who suffer from cancer and other rare disorders.
A number of patient assistance programs provide help to patients who lack prescription drug coverage and earn less than 200% of the federal poverty level (approximately $19,000 for an individual or $32,000 for a family of three).
They can enroll in more than 475 patient assistance programs, access more than 2,500 medicines, learn how to contact government programs for which they may qualify, such as Medicaid or Medicare.
Similar resources: All Single Moms Resources
An active lifestyle can help every woman. If you think you're too busy with work, family, and all the other demands in your life, listen up! You don't have to be as fit as a professional athlete to benefit from physical activity. In fact, 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the ... Read More »
Single moms can get their children fully covered with the help of the Pennsylvania Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). This program is made possible by a partnership between Pennsylvania and the Federal Government and it provides health coverage to uninsured children whose families earn ... Read More »
Medicaid: LaCHIP LaCHIP is no-cost or low-cost health insurance for children. LaCHIP stands for "Louisiana Children's Health Insurance Program." If your child is younger than 19 and does not have health insurance, he or she could get LaCHIP to pay for seeing a doctor. LaCHIP covers care at a ... Read More »
As a program funded jointly by the state and the federal government, Medicaid pays for health services for single moms, children and their caretakers, pregnant women, and persons who are disabled, blind or 65 years of age or older. Physician, hospital and long term care are the primary services ... Read More »
The Community and Family Support Program is intended to provide goods and/or services in a flexible manner to eligible people with severe physical and/or cognitive disabilities in order to help them live independently. What services can be paid for by this program? Communication services such ... Read More »
FamilyCare offers healthcare coverage to parents living with their children 18 years old or younger. FamilyCare also covers relatives who are caring for children in place of their parents. Like All Kids, FamilyCare covers doctor visits, specialty medical services, hospital care, emergency ... Read More »