Early Intervention Services include outpatient group and individual counseling and group interventions for young same gender loving men. Interventions focus on individuals at risk for substance use and HIV transmission.
Emergency Utility Assistance is provided by funding from Broadway Cares for AIDS to help eligible needy patients with emergency financial assistance to pay utilities.
Daily, Weekly, and Monthly passes are available for patients who meet low income eligibility requirements.
ADAP helps eligible patients with HIV to get life saving medication and can help to pay health insurance premiums and insurance copayments.
EUCHC is not a free clinic. Services are offered to patients regardless of their ability to pay. Discounted fees are based on family income and family size and the annual federal poverty level. To qualify your total family income for your family size must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. Discounted fees are available to patient regardless of insurance status.
You may apply for discounted fees by completing and submitting the Sliding Scale Discount Application at the registration desk with the required proof of family income and family size at your first appointment and annually thereafter. The following documents are acceptable proof of income:
- Proof of Income (one month of consecutive pay stubs or letter of salary, 1040 Tax Form, Unemployment letter, Social Security award letter or a Support letter, also called ‘Verification of No Income’ (for those with no income) - This letter must be notarized) Ask the registration desk for other accepted documents.
- Family size information (found on foodstamp application, birth certificates, etc.)
- Willingness to complete the application.
Billing Statements and Balances
EUCHC collects co-pays, deductibles and all fees before your visit. We will bill your insurance for covered services. However, we will bill you for all services that you are financially responsible for paying.
You will receive a bill for all services rendered and the cost of each service at the end of each visit. Please call us at (786) 318-2337 if you have any questions about your bill.
HOPWA is a housing program that assists eligible individuals who have HIV/AIDS to secure and maintain housing stability. Availability is contingent on funding and placement on the wait list. Waitlist placement is done by the City of Miami Department of Community Development HOPWA Program.
EUCHC trained Navigators and Certified Application Counselors assist patients with health care exchange insurance enrollment. We provide information about insurance plans on the government exchange, assist with enrollment in Medicaid, Access Florida food stamp program and other benefit programs for low income individuals.
Silver Saver Prescription Drug Program is a statewide program for Floridian’s age 65 and over who are enrolled in Medicare. The Silver Saver program can provide up to $160 per/month in medication cost. Ask the front desk about other low cost Rx saving programs.