In many areas of Ohio, Community Health Centers are the only source of health care for Medicaid patients and people who are uninsured. Community Health Centers are safety net providers of cost-effective, high-quality primary, and preventive health care in Ohio. Find a Community Health Center near you.
Ohio’s Office of the State Long-term Care Ombudsman helps people receiving home care, assisted living, and nursing home care select a provider and offer information about benefits and consumer rights. Contact 1-800-282-1206 or email@example.com. Click here to find and contact your regional ombudsman.
Need free, local, in-person help enrolling in health coverage? Visit Get Covered America’s Connector to schedule an appointment with an enrollment assister in your community. Call the Ohio Association of Foodbanks at (800) 648-1176 to find an enrollment assister near you.
Healthcare.gov provides access to health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Visit www.healthcare.gov, create an account, and you’ll be able to compare plans and see if you qualify for financial help.
If you make less than $16,104 per year (more for a family), you may qualify for Medicaid. To apply, go to www.benefits.ohio.gov and complete an application, or call the Medicaid Helpline at (800) 324-8680.
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