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This information is provided as a convenience to users of the site but it is not meant to be a comprehensive source for government assistance programs and the users should consult directly with the programs or other sources for up to date, accurate information regarding the programs.
Medicaid is the State and Federal cooperative venture that provides medical coverage to eligible needy persons. The purpose of Medicaid in Texas is to improve the health of people who might otherwise go without medical care for themselves and their children. Although Medicaid in Texas is different from other states, Baylor accepts Medicaid from many other states as well. If you would like to know if Baylor accepts Medicaid from your state, please call 1-800-725-0024.
Texas courts collect court costs from convicted offenders for the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund. If you are a victim of violent crime, you may be eligible for benefits.
The County Indigent Heath Care Program
County Indigent Health Care Program provides health care services to eligible residents through the counties, hospital districts and public hospitals in Texas. Counties that are not fully served by a public facility, i.e., a hospital district or a public hospital, are responsible for administering an indigent health care program for eligible residents of all or any portion of the county not served by a public facility. If you live outside of Dallas or Tarrant County and meet the minimum program requirements, you may qualify for this program.
Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
If you have a disability and need rehabilitation services, you may qualify for the Texas Rehabilitation Assistance Program. Please note: This program does not cover individuals who are legally blind or visually impaired.
Immigrant Funding Program
Certain immigrants to Texas may qualify for emergency health services under the Federal Immigrant Funding Program.
The Dallas County Medical Society and several other community agencies, including Baylor, have created a community service program to help patients with low income get better access to care. Patients are referred for enrollment in the program by:
The Hope Clinic provides basic medical care and pharmaceutical needs for Ellis County residents. Please call 972-923-2440 for more information.
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