Islets of Hope assistance and insurance programs for persons with diabetes - WY
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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.
Wyoming - State Insurance and Assistance Programs for Persons with Diabetes
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Wyoming Health Insurance Pool
Kid Care Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP) - Kid Care CHIP offers health insurance coverage for Wyoming’s children and teens through age 18 who are uninsured and meet income and eligibility guidelines. We encourage you to look through our website to find out more about our exciting program.
Senior Services - The Aging Division provides many services for older adults. Some are funded through Medicaid, and Older American Act, while others are funded through grants the Division pursues. Below are the services the Division administers. For more information on each service, including who and where the service is being provided, click on the name of the service.
The Wyoming Department of Health operates five healthcare facilities located around in five state communities:
Converse County Health Department - Medical and dental services, open Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For general information email: email@example.com. They have two offices to meet the needs of all of Converse County:
Douglas - 442 Center Street, Douglas WY 82633; phone 307-358-2536
Platte County Health Department - They offer resources through their loan library, or one-on-one teaching and counseling with a Diabetes Support Program Coordinator. You can visit the Platte County Public Health or call 322-2540 for more information and assistance. With your primary care provider's order, they offer in-office Hemoglobin A1c (A1c) testing. You do not need an appointment for this test. Just stop by the public health office in Wheatland, and they will do your A1c test for $30.00 (they do not bill insurance). Their address is 718 Ninth Street, Coleman Building, Wheatland, WY 82201. Phone (307) 322-2540; Fax (307) 322-2846
Women, Infants and Children Program - Provides eligibility and benefit information about the Wyoming WIC Program when the caller selects option 3. If the caller desires more information about the program after hearing the message, they are instructed to stay on the line which transfers the caller to the State WIC Office. Phone: WIC Information: 1-800-994-GROW.
Pharmacy Assistance - The number rings directly into the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy where a live person helps the caller. The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Voicemail is available when the office is closed. The call center operator returns calls promptly the next morning. The target clients are all Wyoming citizens who are interested in reviewing their prescribed and nonprescribed medication regimens for adverse drug reactions, duplicate therapy, and possible cost savings. The goal of the service is to encourage clients to take a more active role in their health care regimen, and to improve the relationship with their primary health care provider and their community pharmacist. Phone: Wyoming PharmAssist: 1-877-246-4114
Page Updated 10/01/2007