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More Help: Health Care
Substance Abuse/Mental Health Issues
For People with Medicaid
Community Behavioral Health: Help finding substance abuse and mental health treatment.
1-888-545-2600, 24 hours a day
For People without Medicaid
Behavioral Health Special Initiative: Help finding substance abuse and mental health treatment.
215-546-1200, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pennsylvania Suicide and Crisis Hotline: 215-686-4420
Pennsylvania Health Law Project: Legal assistance for insurance holders who have been wrongly denied benefits.
Maternity Care Coalition: Free or low-cost health insurance for kids. Se habla espanol.
Philadelphia Unemployment Project: Helps people determine if they are eligible for medical benefits and assists in the application process. Contact Brook Chidester at 215-557-0822 x 106 or Bchidester@philaup.org