Islets of Hope assistance and insurance programs for persons with diabetes - NH

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We have provided this information for general information purposes only.  It is not intended to be a recommendation or endorsement of any program or entity.

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Hock's offers 30-50% discounted prices on diabetes supplies.  We cannot specifically recommend or endorse any company but we have been listing Hock's in our resource directory for over a year as one of the two cheapest online companies to purchase from.  We recently affiliated with Hock's because our own experience with them has been so positive.  If you do place an order through our site, they will contribute financially towards our cause and you will get reasonable prices for diabetes supplies.

Medicaid for Employed Adults with Disabilities (MEAD) is a new Medicaid coverage group that allows adults with disabilities to work and earn wages without losing their Medicaid coverage. In general the program makes a person with a significant disability who is employed eligible for Medicaid by removing the poverty requirements of the regular Medicaid rules. Net income must not exceed 450% of the federal poverty level and resources may not exceed $20,000 for a single person or $30,000 for household of two. For more information, contact the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services by phone at (800) 852-3345 ext. 4796 or (800) 735-2964 (TDD) 8:00 - 4:30 M-F.

New Hampshire Health Plan
1-800-578-3272 for customer service
(603) 227-7265 for plan executive administrator

Department of Health and Human Services

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