4 Grants For Medical Treatment

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Whom to Approach for Medical Treatment Grants?

People would sometimes find themselves worrying about financial matters in the event of medical-related circumstances.

Medical expenses are serious financial troubles and these can eat up a huge chunk of financial budgets.

Fortunately, there are institutions and sometimes even individuals who award grants for medical-related situations and these awards are usually in the form of cash.

The grantors may be a public institution like the state government or a private entity like corporations that are committed to advancing health welfare.

The grants for medical treatments are availed at no cost but many people remain unaware of this fact.

The awareness may be due to the subtle campaigns and advertisements the award-giving institutions have for their grant programs. There are a lot of places one can go to inquire about grants for medical bills.

1. Medicaid

You can contact the local government which implements Medicaid as one of its healthcare programs. Before you apply, make sure to check Medicaid Eligibility Requirements as you must fall into certain financial limitations to be qualified for Medicaid.

Rules of Medicaid qualifications also vary according to your marital status as well as your immigration status.

2. Direct Approach to Hospitals

You can approach the hospital and ask for medical grant-awarding bodies which can be in partnership with the same hospital.

Many big hospitals have some sort of connections and partnerships with charities. These hospitals partner with these organizations under COE (Center of Expertise in Health) to support academic studies and the growth of new research projects. You will have a better understanding of this process once you contact a hospital.

3. Organizations

You can approach organizations for medical grants that are known to be assisting with the kind of illness that you have.

Organizations are existing to support specific medical situations, for instance, the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen and BCRF which support people with cancer cases.

When approaching such organizations make sure to be in touch with your healthcare provider or physician to make sure you are on the right track. Not all foundations are equally focused on the same area of medical focus.

4. Interest Groups

Fourthly, one can seek possible help from interest groups that may be willing to extend financial assistance in situations like this – for instance, groups that are affiliated with a Christian organization.

There is a strong possibility that your church or organization will be raising funds to support your case.

Lastly, if you are an employee who needs to seek a grant, you may approach your employer in this case. Most companies have programs designed to assist their employees in this kind of situation.

The employment status also plays a big part when deciding who should be the priority for medical grants for patients out of the available budget.

Never lose your hope as you have enough problems to deal with. If you are a US citizen and can’t afford your mandatory medical treatment there are always grants available.

See Also

Grants for Weight Loss Surgery

Grants for Dental Implants

I am a dedicated healthcare researcher and an enthusiast specializing in medical grants, medical education and research. Through my articles, I aim to empower healthcare professionals and researchers with valuable insights and resources to navigate these critical aspects effectively.

30 Comments on "4 Grants For Medical Treatment"

  1. Joaquin Preciado | February 28, 2011 at 2:28 pm |

    Have numerous cavaties and require a root canal procedure. I’m a senior and would appreciate any help.
    Thank you.
    Joaquin J Preciado

  2. hello my name is kylie, i have been going to the weight loss
    clinic at the pa hospital in brisbane they said if they had government funded they would do the lapband,. could you know anyone who could help me in getting funded for the lapband, i am very over weight with heart problems please help me many thanks kylie

  3. hello my name is kylie, i have been going to the weight loss
    clinic at the pa hospital in brisbane they said if they had government funded they would do the lapband,. could you know anyone who could help me in getting funded for the lapband, i am very over weight with problems please help me many thanks kylie

  4. lilian s. ducruet | August 12, 2012 at 10:58 pm |

    I am a teacher. My daughter became very distress after the hurricane Katrine. Last year she was diagnosed with birth traumatic brain injury and other related problems because of that. She was diagnosed at the Amen Clinics in California. The treatment suggested is Hyporbaric Oxygen Therapy and Neurofeedback which in all has an approximate cost of 20,000 dollars. I would like to know if there is a possibility of a grant. She is 30 and is a biologist who wanted to study medicine but has seen her life stopped because of the problem. Can you tell me if there are grants for this or where could we go to. Thanks

  5. michael ford | November 25, 2012 at 4:11 pm |

    i have severe back pain im 30 yrs old n cnt hardly work or afford to go to doc n have back surgery can i please get any help

  6. Hi I’m John having medical bills I can’t afford got a 2000 $ fee and my insurance pay mention be hind 940.00 I have t o pay the med insurance monthly

  7. 5,000 will probly cover my expenses for my medical for the year ty

  8. Back disk replacement two leaks off work since 4/12/2013 replacement 1/14/2014 lots of bills not enough $$$

  9. Michael jerback | June 15, 2014 at 8:21 am |

    I have hepatitis c and no medical insurance I need to go back on treatment, and do not have the money .I also need a knee replacement right away .B UT I can not afford either could you please tell me where I can get help I get S’s but I only make a month 944.00 a Month not a lot to live on my wife only gets 394.00 a month how can we live on that plus pay medical bills please give me some information thankyou

    Michael jerback

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  11. Try to do what i can on my own. But if you have any suggestions, or a great way to market/advertise my web site please feel free to contact me, or do so for me. Thank you, Leon

  12. Antony Devasia | September 12, 2014 at 6:52 am |

    I am a kidney recipent since 2011 continuing medication. Still struggling to buy expensive medicines and continuing medication. Are you giving any grant for buying expensive medicines. Pls reply.

  13. I am looking for any information you have on grants for medical expenses. I have several ruptured discs in my back. I am in constant pain. I need to get this fixed so I can return to work.

  14. Carol Mauriello | November 26, 2014 at 11:14 pm |

    My friend’s mother, Evelyn Pangilinan is in line for a new kidney at Univ. of Arizona in Tucson, but she needs to raise close to $15K for the procedure and housing costs during the process. Which grant(s) are worth pursuing and offer rapid response times? Thank you in advance for your assistance. ~ Carol Mauriello

  15. steve blocker | December 8, 2014 at 11:09 am |

    I have parkisons and am stuck here in the states don’t have money for a flight back to my family in Arequipa Peru. Any kind of help would be appreciated. Steve

  16. JACOB Knoblock | February 9, 2015 at 1:48 pm |

    I need help with my medical bills they are coming in fast and I am out of work because of the seizures I’m having, please help me!!

  17. My name is Madeline Mason. I am writing in reference to my friend who really needs financial help. Her family will not provide her with anything. She and her husband can’t afford her treatments. Please visit her webpage for her entire story. She is my best friend– and I’m afraid of her dying.

    “Tiffany is lacking oxygen in her body due to inflammation and because of that she is suffocating from the inside out. Tiffany has been given many titles, but it wasn’t until July where she was finally given some diagnoses: mainly MCS (a type of mast cell disease), angioedema (a blood disorder), hypoxia (a lack of oxygen is getting to her tissues and cells), dysautonomia (a dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system), and adrenal insufficiency (her adrenal glands are severely damaged to the point where a highly stressful episode can kill her).”

  18. I have received a TBI back 1996. I have located a medical facility that specifically works with TBI patients. Although they are not in network for my insurance. Please help me if possible.

  19. How do I apply for medical grants? I need one for a pretty major surgery and one for treatmemts. My organs are starting to fail now. Very complicated. Can I call and speak to someone?

  20. nepesov alnnaly | March 24, 2016 at 1:29 pm |

    how do i apply for receiving finacial help or medical grantp.now i have bad health with my heart diseases,my organs are begining to fail and i need medical treatment at international hospitals as quickly as possible.please help me

  21. Sue Scherer | May 17, 2016 at 1:37 am |

    I was wondering how I can get a medical grant I need some extensive dental work done very badly it has been needed for a very long time now please help

  22. judy perez | May 30, 2016 at 1:34 pm |

    I was in a motorcycle accident and required surgery. I work for a school district and they do not take out for state disability so I can not collect it. My bills are up to $4,000 and I can’t go back to work till September! Can I get help? Thank-you, Judy

  23. Kathryn S Rauch | June 28, 2016 at 1:09 pm |

    My doctor of 30 years has join a group of physicians and now it will cost me $1500.00 a year to see him. He knows my medical history and at 62 I am not looking forward to finding a new doctor. Please help.

  24. Randy Smith | August 22, 2016 at 7:58 pm |

    My 31 year old daughter is in desperate need of a operation to reduce fat out of her legs, she has lipedema. She has not been able to work and is on disability. Any help would be appriectaited.

  25. Tracey Sides | September 3, 2016 at 5:41 pm |

    I need help to get an MRI. I don’t have insurance and I have a back injury. I can’t work but 4 He’s. A day and can barely walk much less stand.

  26. Carrie Currier | November 20, 2016 at 10:05 pm |

    I have hep c i have medicaid but they refuse to pay for the treatment that can cure me because i am not sick enough yet they want me in stage 3 the medication will cure me and allow me a better life

  27. I need grant for surgery because I have bleeding hemorrhoid it is preventing my movement and making it hard for me to secure employment. Am ashamed of using pub toilet. Help please.

  28. maria vazquez | January 7, 2017 at 1:12 pm |

    I have been taking a supplemental to treat my ALS and it is actually reversing and improving my condition. It costs $450.00 a month and I can’t afford it, family is getting tired of helping with cost. where or whom do i ask for help.

  29. I am writing inquiring medical grants information to pay for copays, deductibles and prescriptions. I have not heard anything from Social Security, and it has been a financial burden and I had to cancel follow up ambulatory appointments due to lack of funds after paying out expenses.

  30. Looking for help for procedure. 49 year old female. Kept in physical,mental abusive relationship for almost 30 years. Kept on land in middle of nowhere and made to clear property with a shovel and wheel barrel . My knees have been rubbing bone on bone for over 10 years. I finally got the nerve to leave , I escaped with 1 dollar, but the excruciating pain I am in is getting worse every day and I can’t even go to the store without planning how many steps I will take. I am not a candidate for dual knee replacement,only that will help is stemcell. I just want a chance to live a few years as a normal person 🙁 Is there any help for this? It is an uncovered procedure by ANY insurance. Thank you

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