Everyone deserves a lifetime of good health. 211 has information about health care services for infants and new parents, and child care services for working parents. Whether you’re in need of medical, dental, mental health or in-home health care, 211 is your first resource.
At the end of June a 71 year old named Olive received her first eviction notice. She has been living in her rowhome with her family for years. Money has always been tight, and this month they just fell behind. Not knowing what to do, she called Maryland 211 and spoke to Jay. Jay found out that one reason they struggled to make the rent is because she is currently going through chemotherapy for breast cancer-- the extra medical bills exceeded her fixed income. Jay provided Olive with several churches, non-profits, and specialized services.
A few weeks later, Olive reported that she was able to get the help her and her family needed and they are at home, caught up on their rent.
Access to good-quality, affordable health care is within your reach. Do you need help making sense of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), Medicare, Medicaid, or Children’s Health Care? Do you want to know more about your health care rights? Have you been recently diagnosed with an illness and need information about medical support programs? 211 can help you untangle the complex web of health care options and connect you to local health and human services agencies that are designed to support you through illness and keep you on a track of good health.
211 also has information about nutrition and wellness programs as well as prescription-assistance services and medical transportation options. You can also use 211 to find resources that offer free and confidential help with drug and alcohol addiction, support and rehabilitation. Call 211 today.
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