Islets of Hope assistance and insurance programs for persons with diabetes - Alaska
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SlashDrugCosts.com - A free, nonprofit, patient assistance website to help you find ways to cut your drug costs.
Where to get private fuel funds to help with your utility bills
Ask the state energy assistance office for the local phone number of the fuel fund nearest you, or go to www.nationalfuelfunds.org.
Alaska - State Insurance and Prescription Programs for Persons with Diabetes
Alaska Comprehensive Health Insurance
The Alaska Comprehensive Health Insurance Association (ACHIA) This nonprofit organization was created by a state statute in order to find ways to provide health insurance to Alaska residents that have been denied health insurance due to medical condition.
This program also, provides coverage for persons who are eligible under the Federal Portability Act or under the Health Coverage Tax Credit federal program.
Alaska Department of Social Services Assistance Programs
The Chronic & Acute Medical Assistance (CAMA) program is a state funded program designed to help needy Alaskans who have specific illnesses get the medical care they need to manage those illnesses. It is a program primarily for people age 21 through 64 who do not qualify for Medicaid benefits, have very little income, and have inadequate or no health insurance. Diabetes and diabetes insipidus, as well as other medical problems are covered under this program.
AKInfo - A statewide directory of human service providers.
Division of Public Assistance - Learn about the Food Stamps program.
Alaska WIC Program - Information regarding the Women, Infants and Children program.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) - The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) is a federal program that helps supplement the diets of low-income needy people, including seniors, by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance.
Anchorage Community Resources - A directory of human services available in the Municipality of Anchorage.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) - If you are a low-income pregnant and/or breastfeeding woman, a new mother up to one year postpartum, have infants and/or children up to age six, or are at least 60 years of age, and live in Alaska, you may be eligible for the CFSP program.
Other State Assistance Links
Page Updated 07/14/2007