Financial Assistance Programs
The ACCESS Florida Program helps to promote strong and economically self-sufficient communities by providing food, cash and medical assistance to individuals and families on the road to economic recovery.
Find information on assistance programs, charity organizations, and other resources that will provide you help with paying bills, mortgage, and debt expenses.
Provides financial support for co-payments, deductibles, and premiums to patients who are critically or chronically ill and already have insurance. You must be being treated for a covered illness in the United States and have insurance coverage for prescribed medications. Income and other eligibility requirements apply.
Provides assistance to financially and medically qualified patients, including those insured through government programs, for co-payments, co-insurance, and deductibles required by a patient’s insurer for medications. You must be being treated in the United States for a disease that they cover. Income and other eligibility requirements apply.
Provides assistance to under-insured patients for out-of-pocket expenses for medications. You must have health insurance that covers your medication, the medication must directly treat the disease, and you must be treated in the United States. Income restrictions apply.
Provides financial assistance for families with children that have medical needs not fully covered by their commercial health insurance plan.
For assistance with copayments for laboratory testing only. Quest, a service that processes laboratory work, offers payment plans and financial assistance for those that qualify.
Provides housing and homeless services, nutritional meals, educational counseling, and emergency utility assistance. Salvation Army programs and services vary with local needs. For information on specific programs and locations, contact your local Salvation Army Corps Community Center by using the location search.
Assists low-income individuals and families with finding and applying for a wide range of government resources and offers free to low cost legal and tax services.
Provides grants to states to provide assistance to needy families to achieve self-sufficiency. Check the website for state contacts.
Offers workplace accommodation ideas for people with lupus.
Provides a wide range of services from disaster relief, housing, meals, education, and financial counseling. Visit the website to find the local office.
Offers grants for working individuals or families just above the poverty line that are facing financial hardship. Applicants must be over 18 years of age, a legal resident of the United States or Canada, have at least 1 active bank account or tax return from the last 2 years, not be a homeowner, meet income restrictions, and have computer access.