- Does what – your bill is reduced based on income
- For whom – for the entire family. However, children under the age of nineteen living in your household that are not covered by “dependent” insurance through a parent or guardian must apply for a Medical Card and CHIPS through the WV DHHR before applying for the Sliding Fee program. If denied for both services a denial letter from each service must be presented with your Sliding Fee application before it can be processed. If you receive a Medical Card, you are not eligible for the Sliding Fee program and if you receive CHIPS you must bring your CHIPS card to our office along with your Sliding Fee application.
Our Sliding Fee Program is a scale of discounts to patients based upon their family size and income for services provided by Family Health Care.
Medication Assistance Program (MAP)
- Does what – it may be possible for you to receive a three month supply of your medication for an administrative fee of only $10.00
- For whom – for those persons on Sliding Fee and others who qualify by income
If you meet income eligibility guidelines you may qualify for medication assistance. To qualify for medication assistance you must be under the 200% federal poverty guidelines MAP is designed for expensive, chronic medication that is a financial burden to those patients on a limited income.
340b Drug Program
- Does what – reduces drug cost for only Family Health Care patients for certain medication that are procured at Staats Pharmacy, Fruth Pharmacy, and Wal-Mart Pharmacy in Spencer and Rite Aid in Clendenin
- For whom – all Family Health Care patients, even if not on Sliding Fee
Only prescriptions written by medical providers associated with Family Health Care can be filled at the special 340b prices. All patients of RCFHC are eligible regardless of age or income. To obtain savings associated with the 340b program you must have your prescription filled at Staats Pharmacy, Fruth Pharmacy and Wal-Mart Pharmacy in Spencer and at Rite Aid in Clendenin.
Sample Medication Program
- Does what – provides sample medications that have been prescribed
- For whom – any patient can be provided with a short-term supply of medication which has been distributed by a pharmaceutical representative and kept in stock at Family Health Care
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program (BCCSP)
- Does what – breast exams and PAP smears for cancer screening
- For whom – women needing regular checkups who meet income guidelines
Family Health Care offers free or low-cost breast and cervical cancer screenings through the WV Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program
Hours: Wednesdays from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Family Planning Program
- Does what – provides PAP smears and contraception of various sorts (Medication, vasectomies, IUD’s, etc.)
- For whom – men and women wanting birth control who meet income guidelines
Hours: Wednesdays from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Does what – provides treatment for acute dental needs through referral
- For whom – for those persons on Sliding Fee and who meet other program guidelines
If you are on the Sliding Fee program and meet other program guidelines you may qualify for dental assistance. To qualify you must make an appointment with you primary care provider to make a referral to Brannon Dental Associates.