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Public Program Eligibility Tool & Resources - Covering All Families, a site sponsored by the Children's Defense Fund and the Children, Youth & Family Consortium at the University of Minnesota, created this on-line tool to help service providers and families identify their public program eligibility. Programs include health care, child care, school meals, and tax credits.

DHS Health Care Page - The Minnesota Department of Human Services provides over half a million Minnesotans with health care coverage through Minnesota Health Care Programs. This web site addresses a variety of health care services and topics such as public insurance programs, nursing homes and prescription drug coverage.

Prescription Drug & Medicare-Related Programs - The Minnesota Department of Human Services coordinates this state-funded program to provide drug coverage to low-income Medicare enrollees. Find out if you're eligible for this program.

Sage Screening Program - The Sage Screening Program offers FREE comprehensive breast and cervical cancer screening for Minnesota women. Contact Sage at 1-888-643-2584 to find participating clinics and determine eligibility.

Health and Benefits Information for Minnesotans with Veteran's Status - This site provides links to information about medical benefits and assistance available to eligible Minnesotans with Veteran's status and their families. Information about programs such as Tricare can be found by clicking on the "More Information" link under "Benefits" on this page.

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