- MassHealth – Massachusetts government website
- MassHealth Basics October 2020.pdf – an Overview of Mass Health
- Dual Eligible People in Massachusetts – Some people with disabilities are dually eligible and receive health care coverage through two distinct payers – Medicare and MassHealth. This primer also describes the program options that are available to meet their needs, with a particular focus on MassHealth’s integrated care programs – One Care, the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and Senior Care Options (SCO). Also included in the primer is a description of the state’s proposed reforms, known as the Duals Demonstration 2.0, to increase enrollment in One Care and SCO and improve care integration and quality for dual eligible members.
- One Care – MassHealth plus Medicare
- SHINE – 800-AGE-INFO (1-800-243-4636) or TTY/ASCll (800) 439-2370 -The SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone) Program provides free health insurance information and counseling to all Massachusetts residents with Medicare and their caregivers. People who have Medicare or who are about to become eligible for Medicare can meet with a counselor to learn about benefits and options available. A counselor will review programs that help people with limited income to pay health care costs.
- GoodRx helps you compare prescription prices at different retailers.
- MetroWest Free Medical Program
- Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center in Framingham, Worcester and Milford
- U. S. Health Resources and Services Administration
Medical Supplies and Equipment
- Byrne Home Health Center in Natick
- Brain Injury Association of MA – BIA-MA provides Support & Resources to brain injury survivors and their families; Prevention Programs to educate the public on the impact of brain injuries; Education & Training for brain injury survivors, caregivers and professionals; and Legislative Advocacy for improved community services and safety laws (seat belts, helmets).
- MA Association for the Chemically Injured – a support, education, and referral organization for people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), others who are sensitive to chemicals in the environment, and those who care about the prevention of chemical injuries.
- The Center for Transition to Adult Health Care for Youth with Disabilities is a national health care transition (HCT) resource center. The goal of the center is to empower youth and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) ages 12-26 to direct their own transition from pediatric to adult care with no reduction in quality of care of gaps in service.
- New England Spinal Cord Injury Toolkit – a collaborative effort between facilities providing spinal cord injury rehabilitation in New England.
- Death Benefits Checklist
- Assistive Technology
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- General Topics, Websites and Databases
- Independent Living Centers
- Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
- Mental Health
- PCA and Homemaking
- Sports, Life and Leisure
- State of Massachusetts
- U. S. Government
- Utilities, Phones, Furniture and More