GoodDays provides financial support to patients who cannot afford medication. They also offer help with transportation and other travel costs. Please call or visit website for more information.
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The Healthy Start program is a home visiting program that helps through pregnancy and after the baby is born. This program is free to pregnant women, infants, and families with children up to age 3 who are at-risk or need help with healthy child development. This program focuses on pregnancy, breastfeeding, and newborn care.
Alachua County Office: 352.337.1200
Bradford County: 904.964.7732
Citrus County: 352.513.6078
Columbia County: 386.758.1065
Dixie County: 352.498.1360
Gilchrist County: 352.463.3120
Hamilton County: 386.234.0560
Hernando County: 352.848.3977
Lafayette County: 386.294.1321
Lake County: 352.314.6933
Levy County: 352.486.5300
Marion County: 352.644.2717
Putnam County: 386.481.3614
Sumter County Office: 352.569.2959
Suwannee County: 386.362.2708
Union County: 386.496.3211
This agency grants wishes to children with life threatening illnesses. It is for children ages 2 1/2 to 17. After a child is referred, Make-A-Wish will work with the child's doctor to determine eligibility. Their vision is to grant one wish to every eligible child. Please see the website for more information or call the toll free number (888) 874-9474
This website offers information for pregnant women. They offer advice for women before, during and after having a baby. For women who are trying to get pregnant, they can use the online ovulation calendar as a guide. There is also useful information about complications and what to do about them. Please see the website for more information.
Useful Topics Include:
- After pregnancy changes
- Before pregnancy advice
- Complications during pregnancy
- Ovulation calendar
- Postpartum physical changes (video)
PPA helps people find programs to help pay for medications. More than 2500 brand name and generic drugs are covered. Many of them are free or low-cost. Finding out if you qualify is quick and easy. The call center accepts calls in about 150 languages. Please call for more information.
Toll Free: 1.888.477.2669
NORD can help patients with the costs of certain rare diseases. This includes help with their insurance plan's premiums and deductibles. There may also be help with other costs such as medical or travel expenses. Please see the website for a current list of programs.
NORD can help certain patients who have no or little insurance for medications. The coverage is for a limited number of medications. Please see the website for the current list.
NIA offers information about long term care homes. You can get information about different types of homes and what to consider. You will also be able to compare options and resources.
This local chapter offers support to those with cancers of the blood. They have free educational materials for patients, their families and caregivers. There are several different online support groups. There is very limited financial support for patients. There are also ways to volunteer in your area and take part in local events. Please call for more information.
Toll Free: 1.800.785.0733
- Back to School Program for Children with Cancer
- Co-Pay Assistance Program
- Educational Materials
- Family Support Groups
- Honored Hero Program
- Online Chats
- Online Support Groups
- Patient Financial Aid Program
- Peer-to-Peer Counseling
NFMC offers preventive dental care services for the whole family. They have a sliding fee scale for those who qualify. Please call or walk in for more information.