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Bliss Cares: Offering Financial Assistance for STD Treatment in Florida

The cost of healthcare can often be a barrier for many individuals in need of care. At Bliss Cares, we believe that everyone deserves access to essential health services, regardless of their ability to pay. This is why we offer a financial assistance program for STD treatment for residents of Florida. Let’s explore how this program works and how it is making a difference in our community.

Understanding the Financial Burden of STD Treatment

Treatment for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can be expensive. Costs can include testing, medication, doctor’s visits, and follow-up care. For those without insurance or with high deductible plans, these costs can be prohibitive, leading to delayed or avoided treatment.

Bliss Cares Financial Assistance Program: How it Works

Bliss Cares has a financial assistance program that is available to any Florida resident. Eligibility is based on the US Federal Poverty Guidelines. Individuals with a gross Federal Poverty Level (FPL) income of less than 500% may qualify for financial assistance, regardless of insurance status.

Our program also extends to individuals with health insurance, offering assistance with copays and prescription drug costs. This ensures that even those with insurance can receive the necessary care without the stress of financial strain.

The Impact of the Bliss Cares Financial Assistance Program

By offering financial assistance, Bliss Cares is removing barriers to healthcare. We’re ensuring that more people can receive testing and treatment for STDs, which is a crucial step in our mission to eradicate these diseases in Florida. With each individual we help, we’re moving closer to a healthier community.

Get in Touch with Bliss Cares

If you or someone you know may benefit from our financial assistance program, please reach out to us. At Bliss Cares, we’re committed to serving everyone who walks through our doors. Together, we can make a difference in the fight against STDs.

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