Programs for Uninsured Adults
- Last Updated: 11.21.13
Are You Uninsured?
The Anne Arundel County Department of Health links low-income adults ages 19 - 64 to health care in Anne Arundel County.
If you are an Anne Arundel County resident and you are not insured through an employer, see links below or call 410-222-4531 to ask about the following programs:
- Enroll in the REACH Program and pay a reduced fee for primary care providers, specialists, dental services, lab tests and X-rays. Applicants to REACH must provide proof of residence in Anne Arundel County, current income information and most recent tax information. Accepted forms of documentation can be found on the REACH application.
- Enroll in the Prescription Savings Program and save an average of 25 percent on prescription medications, as well as discounts on vision care, hearing care and diabetes care and supplies. The Prescription Discount Program is open to all County residents and has no income requirements or age restrictions.
Free Breast Exams, Mammograms and Pap Tests for County residents who are 40 and older, uninsured or have insurance that does not cover mammograms or Pap tests, and income eligible. See Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
Free Colorectal Cancer Screening for uninsured County residents who are 50-64 years of age and income eligible. See LifeScreen Colorectal Cancer Screening.
Maryland Primary Adult Care (PAC) Program
Effective December 31, 2013, the Primary Adult Care (PAC) program will come to an end. At that time, all active PAC enrollees will be automatically transitioned to a full Medicaid benefit. If you’re a PAC enrollee, you will be notified of the additional benefits available through the HealthChoice program. To learn more about Medicaid changes in Maryland: Maryland Medicaid Changes Under the ACA.