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Medicare is a Health Insurance Program for people age 65 or older. Some disabled people under age 65 and people of all ages with End-Stage Renal Disease may also apply.

The Medicare website contains

  • how to apply for benefits
  • how to sign up for a drug plan
  • information about Medicare plans
  • information on finding a doctor

Medicine Assistance Tool

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

Mental Health Care - Impower

This agency provides many services to children, adults and teens.
Intervention Services offers:

  • Adoption services
  • Foster care services
  • In-home, in-school and community based counseling
  • Mentoring
  • Psychiatric services
  • Services for the developmentally disabled
  • Substance abuse services
  • Tutoring

Olive Baptist Church - Ministry Village at Olive

The Olive Baptist Church operates the Ministry Village at Olive. It was built as a central destination for their neighbors. To find help in time of need. The vision of the program is to meet the needs of the hurting and suffering people in the area. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Services & Programs:

  • Charis House
  • Most Excellent Way
  • Tender Hearts Caring Hands
  • Bargain Center
  • Early Learning Center

Seniors Program - EyeCare America

EyeCare America offers a Seniors Program. It connects eligible seniors. Seniors aged 65 and older. Connects them with local, volunteer ophthalmologists. They provide a medical eye exam. That is at no cost to the patient. The patients are also given up to one year of follow-up care. For any condition that is diagnosed during the initial exam. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Service Animals - Canine Companions for Independence

People who are disabled due to injury or disease may qualify for an assistance dog. These highly trained dogs are able to assist with many tasks. There are 4 types of assistance dogs:

  • Facility - assists in an education or health care setting
  • Hearing – assists the hearing impaired
  • Service – assists with daily tasks
  • Skilled Companion – assists physically, mentally or developmentally disabled

SHINE - Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders

SHINE volunteers help Seniors with health insurance questions. They provide free information and unbiased counseling. Get Help with questions about: Medicare, Medicare supplements, Medicaid, Prescription assistance, Long-term care insurance, and Medicare fraud. Meet with a SHINE volunteer at area counseling sites or by telephone. We can do home visits for those who are housebound.

Please see the website for more information.