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CEO Patient Feedback (774) 627-1241
387 Quarry Street Suite 100
Fall River, MA 02723-1007
Walk-in service available.
However, if you are a first-time patient, it is best to stop by at
least one half hour before your scheduled Medical or Dental appointment
Our experienced Patient Advocates confidentially work with you to determine your eligibility in the following programs.
Based on the
Please bring the following
Proof of Income which includes:
Two recent pay stubs or a Benefits Statement from unemployment for each household member
If self-employed, most recent tax forms, including Schedule C
Proof of rental income
Proof of child support or alimony
Proof of Identity which includes:
Proof of Citizenship or Immigration Status which includes:
Certificate of naturalization or green card
Social Security Card
In order to receive benefits through this program, you will need to bring the following items with you:
Proof of identity: license, passport, Social Security card, or birth certificate.
Social Security Number (SSN): You need the SSN for all members in your household that are applying for food stamps.
Proof that you live in
If applicable, please bring the following
Earned Income: pay stubs showing your earnings before taxes from the last four weeks or a letter from your employer.
Other Income: proof of Social Security payments, unemployment, pension, workers’ compensation, and/or child support.
Self-employment Income: most recent tax forms or business records for the last three months.
Rental Income: If you get paid by someone who rents a room or apartment from you, a copy of the lease agreement or statement from your tenant showing the amount of rent paid.
only if you are not a
certain elderly/disabled households, asset
Housing costs: If renting, submit your current lease or rent receipt or a letter from your landlord. If you own your home, submit a mortgage statement, proof of property taxes, and home owner’s insurance policy.
Utilities: heat/air conditioning, electric, gas and/or telephone bills.
Medical Expenses: only if you or someone in your household is over 60 years old and/or disabled and receiving disability-based benefits. Includes payments for health insurance, co-payment receipts, transportation costs to doctor appointments or pharmacy, medication (over-the-counter and prescription).
Proof of court-ordered child-support payments.
Proof of child or adult care program fees and transportation costs.
HealthFirst is proud to receive funds from Project Bread to purchase supermarket food vouchers for families who are experiencing food insecurity as determined by the guidelines of the program. Patients are referred to the Patient Benefits Department by our staff for these one-time only benefits and other available resources.
Our Patient Benefits staff helps our patients apply for medications through programs offered by some pharmaceutical companies. In order to qualify for this assistance, you must:
Be a HealthFirst patient who has seen your primary care provider within the last 12 months.
Not have existing prescription insurance coverage.
Make an appointment with a Patient Advocate bring the following to that appointment: all medications, proof of income and most recent tax forms, identification, proof of citizenship or immigration status; Social Security Number (SSN)
This Transportation assistance to health care service is available to HealthFirst patients with Mass Health standard coverage only. Patients must be seen by their PCP within the year. This service is available for, PCP, Special, Clinic and hospital Appointments. Our Patient Advocates can fill out your application online. You will be called when your application is completed. This process could take 1 – 4 days. Once approved however, it is your responsibility to call GATRA Transportation services Inc. 1800-431-1713 at least 2-3 days prior to your appointment.