Access to Care is a non-profit PRIMARY HEALTH CARE program for low-income uninsured and underinsured people living in suburban Cook County or northwest Chicago (North of North Avenue AND West of Pulaski Rd.) . The program will continue to serve those individuals and families that are ineligible for public health care programs under the Affordable Care Act
Community Outreach and Communications Coordinator (Must be bilingual – English/Spanish) Typical Community Outreach Duties Identifies active Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) within the Access to Care service area: suburban Cook County and northwest Chicago (west of Pulaski and north of North Avenue). Develops and maintains a positive working relationship with community members, community
Palos Township is our newest Registration Site. An individual may now apply to Access to Care at the offices of Palos Township. To qualify for Access to Care an individual must have an income below 300% of federal poverty level and not be eligible for Medicaid or Medicare* If you believe Access to Care can
The Annual Report for 2014 is now available on this web site. Go to “For patients”, on the right side, under Quick Links click on other forms and materials. From there you will be able to print a copy of the 2014 Annual Report.