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REACH (REsidents Access to a Coalition of Health)

Phone: 410-222-4531REACH

Please Note: Effective April 2016, the REACH Program implemented a waiting list for new applicants. To have a place on the waiting list, you must present your complete application with all required documentation. You will be notified when an opening is available for you to enroll, if you are still interested. Please, notify REACH if there is a change in your mailing address, telephone number, household members or income during your waiting period. For more information about the waiting list, call 410-222-7023 or 410-222-7167.

What is REACH?

In response to the growing number of uninsured adults in Anne Arundel County, the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and the Anne Arundel County Medical Society have partnered with community doctors and other health care providers to offer low-cost health care services through the REACH Program, (REsidents Access to a Coalition of Health).

REACH Partners

Partners in the REACH program are:

  • Anne Arundel County Department of Health
  • Anne Arundel County Medical Society
  • Diagnostic Labs
  • Local Hospitals
  • Community Doctors and Other Health Care Providers
  • Local Pharmacies
  • Radiology Sites

What are the benefits of REACH?

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will provide a case manager to assist you in obtaining care.

Low Cost:

  • Doctor visits
  • Check-ups
  • Prescription medicines
  • Lab work and tests
  • Radiology services
  • Dental services

What will it cost?

If you are enrolled as a member of the REACH Program, you will pay the provider at the time of service, according to a fee scale that is based upon your household income.

Who can apply?

Residents of Anne Arundel County between the ages of 19-64 who applied for insurance through the Maryland Health Connection and were denied coverage, and were unable to qualify for state and federal insurance plans can apply. The chart below shows how much your family can earn to be eligible. Family size includes all parents/guardians and children living in your household for whom you are responsible.

Family Size

Monthly Gross Income




























 REACH makes low-cost adult health care easy.

  • Easy application process
  • Countywide network of providers
  • Coordination of health care needs

REACH is not an insurance policy and does not provide insurance coverage.

How you can apply:

Download the REACH Application (PDF)

To get a mail-in application or for more information, call or write the:

Anne Arundel County Department of Health
REACH Program
3 Harry S. Truman Parkway
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
410-222-4531 or 410-222-4532
Spanish Line: 410-222-7023

For information about the Maryland Health Connection, click here. For more information about other Anne Arundel County programs for the uninsured, click here.

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