If you’re struggling, find help from our social services department.
Hancock Health’s social services department offers a number of financial assistance applications and programs for patients who may be struggling with addiction, mental health issues, or even struggling to afford care. We’ve collected many of those resources here, but we encourage you to email us with any questions.
You can apply through social services or patient financial services to make arrangements for payment or to be considered for bill reduction. Here are some programs that can help:
- Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP): Our social services department can help enroll adults ages 19-64 who meet HIP guidelines.
- Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP): Women may apply for exams, pap smears, and mammograms through the Andis Women’s Clinic by calling (317) 468-4641.
- Women Helping Women: The Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation supports free mammograms for women without insurance when ordered by a physician. To apply, call the Andis Women’s Clinic at (317) 468-4641.
- HHW Medicaid: Our social services department is a Hoosier Healthwise outpost and can enroll children up to age 19 and pregnant women in HHW.
Other Financial Programs
We can also help connect you with these additional assistance programs:
- IndiCare: Patients without prescription coverage can apply through social services per a Hancock Regional physician referral to obtain medication through pharmaceutical company programs.
- SHIP (Senior Health Insurance Program): Seniors may be referred to social services or senior services for assistance with Medicare, Medicare D, Medigap, Long Term Care, Hoosier Rx, and similar programs. Call (317) 462-3758.