Community Resources for the Uninsured and Underinsured


  • Health Care Reform
  • The Health Care Safety Net
  • Resources for the Newly Diagnosed
  • Support for Self-Care Behaviors
  • Resources for Seniors… Read More

Making the Transition to Medicare

If you are receiving a monthly Social Security check, you will automatically receive your Medicare card in the
mail prior to your 65th birthday. Medicare Coverage begins on the 1st day of the month that you… Read More

Double Value Coupon Program at Wholesome Wave Farmers Markets in Metro Atlanta

Double value for SNAP Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) users for purchases of fresh locally grown produce at the following farmers markets. Some of the farmers markets also double the value for WIC vouchers…. Read More

Vaccinations Available to Uninsured Adults with Chronic Health Conditions

As part of a federally-funded program, County Health Departments will provide several vaccines to low-income uninsured adults with diabetes or other high-risk health conditions. A fee of…. Read More

Diabetes Education Materials for Health Educators

One of the four overarching goals of the national health agenda, Healthy People 2020, is to “achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the health of all Americans.” With that in mind…. Read More

Diabetes: Saving Money on Rx Drugs and Supplies

Free Medications:
Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs): For citizens/U.S. residents only. Must be uninsured and able to document financial need. A 90-day supply with three refills is sent to patient’s home… Read More