PHLP is a nationally recognized expert and consultant on access to health care for low-income consumers, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. For more than two decades, PHLP has engaged in direct advocacy on behalf of individual consumers while working on the kinds of health policy changes that promise the most to the Pennsylvanians in greatest need.

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Success Story

A 39-year-old with developmental disabilities

When Gabrielle’s father passed away, her survivors’ benefits disqualified her for the services and supports she needed to live in the community.  PHLP helped Gabrielle avoid being placed in a nursing home.

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PA’s Medicaid Program Announces Policy Changes that Remove Restrictions to Hepatitis C Medications

“Thanks to the negotiations of PHLP and co-counsel, the Department of Human Services has announced Medicaid policy changes that will expand access to life-saving medications for individuals suffering from the Hepatitis C virus.  Phase one of the rollout will begin on July 1, 2017. Read more here.”

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PHLP offers free legal advice to low-income people with insurance problems. We also help people who don't have health insurance.

For assistance, call our helpline:

1-800-274-3258

Announcements

Medicaid Defense Resources

Stay informed as Congress considers repealing the Affordable Care Act and reforming Medicaid.  Here are resources that detail Medicaid’s impact in Pennsylvania:

Community HealthChoices: Impact on Persons with Disabilities

Community HealthChoices (CHC) is Pennsylvania’s plan for the delivery of long-term services and the delivery of healthcare for individuals receiving both Medicare and Medicaid through a managed care system. Click here to see how it affects Pennsylvanians with disabilities.

Do You Need Health Insurance?

Because of Medicaid expansion, most low-income adults in Pennsylvania now qualify for Medicaid.

This flyer can help you figure out if you should apply for Medicaid, or if you should use the Marketplace to apply for other low-cost health insurance. Please share this information widely!