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clip_image003[1]Access to Care

A program of Healthy Connections Network

Connecting uninsured working people to free health care services.

Who we can help

To enroll in the Access to Care Program, individuals must:

1.    Live with someone, like a spouse or blood relative, who is working at least 20 hours a week
2.    Have income below 200% of the federal poverty level (see chart below)
3.    Not be eligible for or have access to health insurance of any kind
4.    Be a Summit county resident; U.S Citizenship is not required
5.    Be between the ages of 18-64


Family Size 200% Poverty Level Family Size 200% Poverty Level
1 $19,140 5 $45,220
2 $25,660 6 $51,740
3 $32,180 7 $58,260
4 $38,700 8 $64,780

Priority will first be given to those with diagnosed with Hypertension, Diabetes and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Priority will also be given to those in the following zip codes: 44203, 44221, 44223, 44301, 44302, 44303, 44304, 44305, 44306, 44307, 44308, 44310, 44311, 44313, 44314, 44320 and 44325.

How we can help

1.    Matches the patient with a doctor who has agreed to provide free office visits
2.    Provides free testing and diagnostics at participating sites
3.    Refers to participating specialists who can provide free office visits
4.    Links to free hospital services
5.    Helps patients get prescription medication through drug companies and provide limited cash assistance to buy some prescription medication

Access to Care may not be able to help in all situations with all types of health care. We will attempt to locate services when possible. Access to Care is not health insurance. Access to Care is not able to assist with past medical bills.

How patients sign up

1.    Call 330-315-0209 to be screened over the phone and to set up an appointment in our office
2.    Pay $25 yearly enrollment fee
3.    Make prescription co-payments which vary depending on the price of the prescription    
Call 330-315-0209 for more information.

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This handout is meant to give you general information and not specific legal advice.
Prepared by Community Legal Aid Services, Inc. Updated April, 2012.

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