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Non-HFA Assistance for Insurance and Medical Expenses/Equipment

Living with a bleeding disorder can be a great financial burden among expensive treatments, health insurance costs, travel to specialty medical appointments and necessary medical equipment. These resources provide assistance in covering medical expenses, medications, medical items, and medical travel.
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Colburn-Keenan Foundation Colburn-Keenan Foundation provides financial assistance to individuals and families living with chronic conditions, with priority placed on those living with bleeding disorders. Individual Financial Assistance Grants provide up to $2,000 to cover unexpected medical expenses, utility bills, small appliances, transportation to treatment, rent, and medical alert jewelry. medical expenses, travel
Hope for Hemophilia Hope Charities provides assistance to people experiencing crisis caused by a bleeding disorder. Support provided has a maximum of $1,000 for utilities, food, housing, clothing, communication, medical expenses, transportation, and medical equipment. medical equipment, medical expenses, travel
Accessia Health Accessia Health can assist with health insurance premiums, copayments/co-insurance, travel expenses, ancillary items, infusion, and nursing services. Click “Patients” to look up the programs available based on your type of insurance and illness. medical expenses, travel, copays, medication, nursing
ACCESS ACCESS helps families navigate the maze of entitlement programs (e.g. Medicare, Medicaid) and health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act, COBRA and HIPPA. They also have a legal support hotline for the bleeding disorder community to give guidance about health insurance, appeals, accommodations at work or school, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. legal, insurance
Medicaid Medicaid.gov provides information on how to apply for coverage, discover resources in your state, and find information on the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) insurance, child
Medicare Medicare.gov provides information on how to apply for medical coverage, medication coverage, and find providers. insurance, medication
United Healthcare Children's Foundation United Healthcare Children’s Foundation provides medical grants to help children gain access to health-related services not covered, or not fully covered, by a commercial health insurance plan. You do not need to have United Healthcare to be eligible. medical expenses, child
Keep Swimming Foundation Keep Swimming Foundation provides relief to families of critically ill patients who require extended inpatient medical care at an accredited hospital through micro grants ranging from $250 to $3,000. medical expenses
Patient Access Network Patient Access Network (PAN) provides financial assistance up to $2,900 per year for co-payments, co-insurance, and deductibles to financially and medically qualified patients, including those insured through federally administered health plans such as Medicare. medical expenses, copays
HEALTHCARE.GOV Healthcare.gov provides information on how you can enroll in a health insurance plan right now and if you are eligible for a reduced rate. insurance
Friends of Man Friends of Man provides assistance with protheses, wheelchairs, medical equipment, mobility equipment nationwide. Hearing aids are provided for residents of CO, KS, NE, NM, WY, MT. Plus eyeglasses, dental, clothing, daycare, prescriptions, and more for residents of Colorado. Applications must be submitted by a referring professional. medical equipment, medication
NORD NORD’s Medic Alert Assistance Program provides eligible individuals with a MedicAlert product and 3-years of membership. You may be referred to the program by your health care provider or case managers, or you may self-refer. medical equipment
Variety Variety provides adaptive equipment related to communication or mobility for eligible children. medical equipment, child
Cerner Charitable Foundation Cerner Charitable Foundation provides financial assistance for adaptive equipment, treatment costs, travel costs, and vehicle modifications related to a child’s medical needs. medical equipment, travel, medical expenses, child
Chive Charities Chive Charities provides financial assistance for adaptive equipment. medical equipment
Needy Meds Needy Meds helps people access patient assistance programs for medications and health care costs like prescription assistance, medical transportation, scholarships, coupons, discount cards, and more. medication, travel
Medicine Assistance Tool The Medicine Assistance Tool provides resources and information about different programs that might lower your out-of-pocket expenses. medication
Rx Hope RX Hope is a web-based information resource to help low-income US residents access patient assistance programs. medication
Rx Outreach The Rx Outreach patient assistance program provides discounts on prescription drugs. medication
Rx Assist RxAssist offers a comprehensive database of patient assistance programs, which are programs that provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine. medication
Angel Flight Central Angel Flight Central (AFC) is a volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to "Serve people in need by arranging charitable flights for health care or other humanitarian purposes." People in need apply for help traveling to distant medical care and volunteer pilots sign up to take the flight air travel
Air Charity Network Air Charity Network provides free air transportation to medical facilities for people that are financially distressed or unable to travel on public transportation. They provide air transportation across the nation. air travel
Mercy Medical Angels Mercy Medical provides free air and/or ground transportation to patients with financial needs. air travel, ground transportation
Healthcare Hospitality Network HHN is a nationwide professional association of nearly 200 unique, nonprofit organizations that provide lodging and support services to patients, families and their loved ones who are receiving medical treatment far from their home communities. travel, lodging