Additional Information about Medicare
(front page at medicare.gov)
Application for Cash, Foodstamps, and Medical Assistance
(Ohio Job and Family Services application form)
Change your Medicaid/Foodstamps address (or other information) online
(Service provided by the Hamilton County Department of Job & Family Services)
Compare Medicare D Prescripton Drug Plans
Prescription Drug Plan Finder provided by Medicare.gov, determine which plan best covers your medication list.
Consumer Education about their Medication
(Available for download by U.S. National Library of Medicine)
Correction of Vitamin D Deficiency (in general, and…) to Improve Seizure Control in Epilepsy
Includes video instructions on how use Table A of the
Sun Altitude/Azimuth Table (produced by the U.S. Navy) to determine whether it is possible to get enough vitamin D from the sun in your area.
for prescription and non-prescription medication (including pet medication)
JFS Authorized Representative Forms
(Forms available from HCDJFS, allowing designated case worker to represent client in FoodStamp, Medicaid, and other welfare benefit determination settings)
Medicaid Expansion info
Under the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid eligibility has expanded to 138% of the federal poverty level. More info and how to apply online.
Medicaid Spend Down Program has been discontinued
Announcement from HCJFS about ending the Medicaid Spend-Down program.
program has been discontinued
Mullaney's Online Pharmacy
(check Rx prices, transfer prescriptions, order refills online. Also offers home delivery of prescriptions within 15 mile radius of pharmacy. Delivery fee $2, orders must be received by 2pm for same day delivery.)
Patient Assistance Program Applications
available for download. (Temporary supply of Free medications for individuals with low or no income) You can search for programs by drug name.
What you should consider
when searching for Medicare Prescription Plans. (.pdf provided by medicare.gov)
Patient Advocacy Form for Tapering Off Psychotropic Medications -
This is a Psychiatric Patient Advocacy Form for those who recently experienced severe psychiatric behavioral decompensation requiring hospitalization, who nonetheless would like to one day be tapered off psychotropic medication.
Homeless Resource Directory -
A number of resources for the Greater Cincinnati area homeless population published by the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. 4th Edition. Great service guide even for the non-homeless.
How Your Medicine Can Help You Feel Better -
Workbook for introducing people to the benefits of their psychiatric medications. Produced by the Neuroscience Treatment Team Partner Program of Eli Lilly.
Getting the Best Results from your Medication -
Workbook to help teach strategies for better medication management. Produced by the Neuroscience Treatment Team Partner Program of Eli Lilly.
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