we live on a fixed income…She has no money, no insurance.

Q) My daughter lives with her father and I, we live on a fixed income Katelyn T**** (our daughter) has OCD. PTSD, social anxiety disorder, depression, and anxiety. She has a knot in her left shoulder, a d a Dr. app. Dec.4 to a biopsy. She has no money, no insurance. HELP

A) I’m sorry to hear about your daughter’s situation. If your daughter is in the United States, she may be eligible for Medicaid, a program that provides health coverage to eligible individuals with low incomes and limited resources. You can apply for Medicaid through your state’s Medicaid agency or through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Additionally, if your daughter is unable to afford medical care, there may be free or low-cost clinics in your area that can provide medical services. You can search for clinics near you by visiting the website of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics or by contacting your local health department.

It’s also worth noting that many pharmaceutical companies offer patient assistance programs to help people who cannot afford their medications. You can check the websites of the companies that manufacture your daughter’s medications to see if they offer any assistance programs.

I hope this information is helpful and that your daughter is able to receive the care she needs.

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