TennCare Medicaid covers children under age 21, women who are pregnant, parents or caretakers of a minor child (The child must live with you and be a close relative.), women who need treatment for breast or cervical cancer, people who get or have gotten an SSI check (Supplemental Security Income), and those in nursing homes or receiving long-term care. Each group has different income limits. To apply, please visit www.healthcare.gov
Pays for medical services for low-income pregnant women, children, individuals who are elderly or have a disability, parents and women with breast or cervical cancer. To qualify, these individuals must meet income and other eligibility requirements.
The Center for Medicare Advocacy focuses on the needs of Medicare beneficiaries, people with chronic conditions, and those in need of long-term care. The website provides a great deal of information clarifying many Medicare topics, and each year, the Center represents thousands of individuals in appeals of Medicare denials, as well as responds to approximately 7000 telephone and email inquiries.
Helps people with limited resources and income pay for the costs—monthly premiums, annual deductibles and prescription co-payments—related to a Medicare prescription drug plan.
Medicare health plans offered by private insurance companies that contract with Medicare to provide you your Parts A, B and sometimes D, benefits.
Prescription drug coverage for people with Medicare.
This invaluable tool can be used to find the most appropriate and affordable prescription drug and Medicare Advantage plans available based on your personal needs.
The largest independent source of health care information and assistance in the United States for people with Medicare. Their enrollment projects help people with limited incomes access benefits that can help pay their Medicare premiums, deductibles and co-pays. They also offer a hotline and education services to help inform Medicare recipients of their rights and how to best use and navigate their benefits.
Help pay your Medicare premiums and other costs if you have limited finances. There are three main programs, and each has different income eligibility limits.
Insurance that can help pay some of the health care costs that Original Medicare doesn't cover, like co-payments, coinsurance, and deductibles.
Provides extensive information about all aspects of Medicare: rights and protections, plan choices, prescription coverage, billing, appeals, a Medicare glossary, and much more.
Provide free, in depth, one-on-one insurance counseling and assistance to Medicare beneficiaries, their families, friends, and caregivers.
Help with Medical Costs
Need-based programs help patients with health insurance premiums, transportation costs, prescription medications, and many other necessities related to health care.
Search for government programs that assist with costs related to health care.
Offers a wide range of resources to assist people in need of blood or marrow transplants. Links range from free air transportation for patients in financial need who must travel to receive medical treatment to basic fundraising help.