Virtually all of our services are free of charge and are available to anyone who is pregnant or thinks they may be pregnant. To receive some services, proof of pregnancy must be established, that’s why performing a lab-quality pregnancy test is typically the first course of action.
Once the pregnancy test is determined to be positive, a proof of pregnancy letter is issued. This letter may be used in our referral to a Medicaid Office. The applicant, in turn, will bring appropriate identification such as picture ID, (Driver’s license, school ID, and a birth certificate) as well as proof of income for the last 30 days (check stub, SSA award letter, child support, alimony etc.). If the applicant is under 18 and lives with their parents, you will need to provide your parent’s proof of income to the appropriate Medicaid office.
Don’t worry! We walk clients through every step of the process and give directions on how to gather the appropriate materials to receive help. Plus our lay counselors can help clients cope with the stress of their situation.