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Mental Health America. Home. Department of Human Services. The Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services was created by merging the Division of Addiction Services and the Division of Mental Health Services during State Fiscal Year 2011.

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The Division is responsible for the development, coordination and operational support of a comprehensive mental health and addiction services system. The Division operates four psychiatric hospitals; three regional hospitals (Ancora Psychiatric Hospital, Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital and Trenton Psychiatric Hospital; and the Ann Klein Forensic Center. Specialized services for geriatrics, dually diagnosed, hearing impairment, and other co-occurring conditions are also provided at one or more of the four hospitals operated by the Division. The Division administers the State aid program, which supplies funding for the treatment of indigent patients, and reviews programs standards at county operated psychiatric hospitals. Department of Human Services. Medicaid provides health insurance to parents/caretakers and dependant children, pregnant women, and people who are aged, blind or disabled.

Department of Human Services

These programs pay for hospital services, doctor visits, prescriptions, nursing home care and other healthcare needs, depending on what program a person is eligible for. To be eligible for New Jersey Medicaid, a person must: be a resident of New Jerseybe a U.S. Citizen or qualified alien (most immigrants who arrive after August 22, 1996 are barred from Medicaid for five years, but could be eligible for NJ FamilyCare and certain programs for pregnant women)meet specific standards for financial income and resources In addition, a person must fall into one of the following categories:

Apply-for-Coverage. CAMcare Health Corporation - Free Dental Care. CAMcare's Basic Dental Services Include the Following:Routine Checkups from Age 1SealantsProphylaxis (Cleaning of Teeth)Fluoride TreatmentsPreventive CareDenturesDiagnosis, Treatment, Planning and X-raysRoot Canal TherapyOral Surgery, Removal of Decayed and Impacted TeethTreatment of Gum DiseasesReplacement of Missing TeethRestorations, Fillings and Bonding At CAMcare your health care comes first, regardless of your ability to pay!

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No one is denied care based on their inability to pay. If you are uninsured or unemployed, CAMcare offers medical care at discounted rates, based on eligibility. Use two fingers to move the map. Health Services. American Cancer Society 856-616-1650; 800-227-2345 for 24/7 cancer information 1851 Old Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034www.cancer.org Services: Provides Quality of Life services for cancer patients and their families along with current resources, information, and public education services.

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American Heart Association 856-546-5600 600 S. White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ 08106 www.americanheart.org Services: Provides information to the community regarding the prevention and detection of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Free Health Clinics in New Jersey. Cooper University Health Care- Audubon 2 - Audubon, NJ, 08106. Get 2016 health coverage. Health Insurance Marketplace. Lookup Tools. UnitedHealthcare Medicaid Plans. New Jersey - NJ FamilyCare - Plan Detail. UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. UnitedHealthcare Online. Myuhc.com. What's the 'Medicaid Expansion'? The Medicaid expansion could help nearly 4 million uninsured adults ages 46 to 64 gain access to health care. — Getty Images We've got answers to these frequently asked questions.

What's the 'Medicaid Expansion'?

What is Medicaid? Medicaid is a health insurance program for certain groups of low-income Americans: children and their parents, pregnant women, people 65 or older and people with disabilities. The federal government and each state share the cost of covering more than 60 million Americans — about a fifth of the population. About. CAMcare’s Mission: To provide high quality comprehensive primary health care to the families we serve.

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CAMcare Health Corporation (CAMcare) has been a trusted name in servicing the entire community of Camden City, Camden County and Gloucester County since 1978. Our commitment to you, along with your support, has helped us grow to become one of the largest primary care providers in the area. We offer eight convenient locations to provide easier access to the care you need.

Because your health care needs go beyond the direct care provided at our facilities, CAMcare has many affiliations in our community which promote the integration of healthcare for all age groups. Patients come to CAMcare because they know they will be treated with great care and compassion by our concerned, highly qualified medical team. Department of Human Services. NJ Medicaid & Managed Care In 1995, New Jersey Medicaid began moving Medicaid beneficiaries from a traditional fee-for-service health insurance program, in which healthcare providers bill Medicaid directly, into managed care.

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Under managed care, clients enroll in a Health Plan which manages their healthcare and offers special services in addition to the benefits to which Medicaid clients are entitled. A quick guide to the Marketplace. If you haven’t applied for insurance on HealthCare.gov before, here’s what you need to know about the Health Insurance Marketplace (sometimes known as the health insurance "exchange" or “Obamacare exchange”). 1.

A quick guide to the Marketplace

The Health Insurance Marketplace is for people who don’t have health coverage If you don’t have health insurance through a job, Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), or another source that provides qualifying coverage, the Marketplace can help you get covered. If you have job-based insurance: You can buy a plan through the Marketplace, but you’ll pay full price unless your employer’s insurance doesn’t meet certain standards. Most job-based plans do meet the standards.If you have Medicare: You can’t switch to Marketplace insurance, supplement your coverage with a Marketplace plan, or buy a Marketplace dental plan. 2. Will you save? Do a quick check. To find out if you qualify for savings, select your state and household size below.

Will you save? Do a quick check

We’ll tell you: If you qualify for a health insurance plan with savings based on your incomeWhether your state is expanding its Medicaid program – and, if it is, whether you qualify based on your income alone. State Marketplace Resources. <p>The page could not be loaded.

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The CMS.gov Web site currently does not fully support browsers with “JavaScript” disabled. Please enable “JavaScript” and revisit this page or proceed with browsing CMS.gov with “JavaScript” disabled. <a href=" for enabling “JavaScript” can be found here. </a> Please note that if you choose to continue without enabling “JavaScript” certain functionalities on this website may not be available. Home. NJ FamilyCare - Income Eligibility and Cost. NJ FamilyCare covers: children, pregnant women, parents/caretaker relatives, and single adults/childless couples. Children 18 and under are eligible with higher incomes up to 355% FPL ($7,189/month for a family of four). Parents still need to renew the coverage each year. Parents/Caretaker Relatives with income up to 138% FPL ($2,795/month for a family of four) must have tax dependent children in their household in order to be eligible under this category.

Dependent children in the household must be insured also. NJ FamilyCare - Using Your Benefits. NJ FamilyCare offers the benefits of quality, low-cost health insurance and peace of mind knowing that you don't have to worry about unexpected healthcare bills. As members of NJ FamilyCare you and/or your family are eligible for a wide range of services, as described on the "What does it cover? " page.

The card below, the permanent Health Benefits Identification card (HBID), is what you use to access the Fee for Service benefits that are part of every NJ FamilyCare health benefit package. This HBID card is activated or deactivated at the State depending on your eligibility. New eligibility does not necessarily mean a new card is being mailed to you. New Jersey Medicaid Program. New Jersey Familycare. This application is for NJ FamilyCare programs (including Medicaid) for which eligibility is primarily based on income. There are other NJ FamilyCare (Medicaid) programs for which eligibility is determined primarily based on disability or age (65 or over).

So before you apply, we have a few questions which may help you apply for the programs that are right for you. If Yes, continue to the next question. If No, click here to continue to HealthCare.gov for more information. If No, continue to the next question. New Jersey has a new application that includes food stamps and cash assistance in addition to NJ FamilyCare.

Note: If you are interested in other medical assistance programs such as Aged, Blind and Disabled or Long Term Care click here. Specified Low Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB & QI-1) Specified Low Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB & QI-1) The Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB) and SLMB Qualified Individual-1 (SLMB-QI-1) pay partial or full Medicare Part B premiums for eligible New Jersey residents who are not financially eligible for the Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) program under New Jersey Medicaid (also known as New Jersey Care). You are eligible for SLMB if you meet the following requirements: Department of Health. Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) PAAD provides coverage for prescribed legend drugs, insulin and insulin supplies. The PAAD co-payment will be $5 for each PAAD covered generic drug prescription and $7 for each PAAD covered brand name drug prescription.

Advanced Database Search of Patient Assistance Programs. You can search our databases by generic or brand drug name or search by the pharmaceutical company name. RXOUTREACH - Rx Outreach. Partnership for Prescription Assistance. Free Health Clinics in New Jersey. Department of Human Services. Mental Health Organizations.