Islets of Hope assistance and insurance programs for persons with diabetes
We have provided this page for general information purposes only. It is not intended to be a recommendation or endorsement of any program or entity. Programs can change so we recommend you contact each agency for updated information.
SlashDrugCosts.com - A free, nonprofit, patient assistance website run by volunteers who have been there. SDC volunteers help you find ways to cut your drug costs.
RXAssist.org - Largest database of patient assistance programs. Free service to help find programs and applications for medical assistance throughout the United States.
As of July 2007, 34 states now offer state-run high-risk insurance pools:
Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming, Wisconsin
State Health Insurance Programs
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.
Not all states have major medical risk pools. If you do not see your state listed here, you should still contact your state insurance commissioner to see if a program has been added or is being developed. See our list below on how to contact your state's medical health insurance agency, or use the pull down menu to visit your state's government information page on Islets of Hope.
State Government Insurance and Assistance Programs
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How to contact your state's major medical health insurance risk pool:
Florida (not open for new enrollees)
Page Updated 10/01/2007