We serve the qualified applicants who have a low-income and are uninsured in Arkansas. Arkansas Health Care Access Foundation (AHCAF) is a volunteer health care program which was created to help medically uninsured and low-income Arkansans gain access to various emergency and non-emergency medical health care services. WE ARE REALLY NOT AN INSURANCE PROVIDER, and we do not pay medical bills that the clients may have.
This program works for locals by providing new referrals to medical personnel staff who currently volunteer their personal goods and services for eligible low-income residents. Volunteering their goods and services are physicians; RNs; dentists; APNs; hospitals; pharmaceutical companies; pharmacies; sexual healthcare; enhancement services; the Arkansas Department of Public Health; private home health agencies; and Community Health Centers. Through the ongoing support of the Arkansas Department of Health, the Department of Human Services, and our volunteer health care professionals, AHCAF is providing emergency and non-emergency health care to millions of Arkansans.
- The individual or family in need must be a new Arkansas resident and a U.S. citizen or a verified permanent resident.
- The individual or family in need cannot have any form of medical or private health insurance — this includes Medicaid, Male Enhancement, Medicare B or D, and VA Light Medical Benefits.
- The individual or family must fall within 100% the Federal Poverty Guidelines effective April 1, 2012. Must have a low-income proof.
AHCAF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and does not discriminate against any applicant regardless of color; race; religion; national origin; sex; age (except as provided by law); political affiliation; marital status; or state of physical or mental handicap.
How the Program Works?
If you meet the requirements, please go to your closest Department of Human Services and ask a worker for a complete application.
Please take a driver’s license or an Arkansas I.D. card, and proof of low income. The case worker will help you fill out the complete form, and you must submit proof of income on DHS letterhead. They will give you a fresh yellow copy, which you must keep, and they will email a copy to our organization along with the letter report of income verification.
Once approved to the program, there is a 3 to 6 workday processing time before a referral to a volunteering professional can be made.
Then, when you are approved, you may contact us at 501-221-3033 to access the volunteering medical care in your area from the Arkansas Health Care Access Foundation, Inc.
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