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Employeed Individuals with Disabilities Program The Maryland Employeed Individuals with Disabilities (EID) Program is designed for working individuals with disabilities who are employed. The EID Program allows individuals to access health care through Medicaid by paying a premium dependent on one's income. EID has higher income and resource limits than other programs. Medical Assistance (also called Medicaid) includes most medical services for individuals who have no other health insurance, saves individuals with Medicare $1,000 - $12,000 a year, & can supplement private insurance, paying for some services that the other insurance does not cover. Several eligibility requirements are listed at this site. 
Maryland Association of Core Service Agencies, Inc (MACSA) The CSAs are the local mental health authorities responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring public mental health services at the local level. Core Service Agencies exist under the authority of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and also are agents of the county government, which approve their organizational structure.  
Maryland MEDbank Program  MEDBANK is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization dedicated to accessing free prescription drugs for low-income, chronically ill Marylanders, from the world’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturers. 
Maryland Medicaid Pharmacy Program (MPP) The Maryland Medicaid Pharmacy Program (MPP) serves as the organizing umbrella for several State health & pharmacy services for persons with disabilities and limited incomes. Included under MPP are: Medical Assistance (aka Medicaid), HealthChoice (for HIV/AIDS drugs), Primary Adult Care (PAC; for most mental health drugs and AIDS/HIV drugs ), Family Planning (for contraceptives), & Medicare Part D (for drugs excluded from Medicare Coverage).  
Partnership for Prescription Assistance Program  The Partnership for Prescription Assistance program offers a single point of access to more than 475 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 180 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies.  
Primary Adult Care Program of Maryland The Primary Adult Care (PAC) Program began in July 2006. PAC offers health services to people 19 and over who make limited amounts of money each year.  
St. Luke's House  Started in 1971, the mission of St. Luke's House initially was to serve the needs of individuals coming out of state psychiatric hospitals with no place to go. St. Luke’s House encompasses 29 houses, one residential crisis center, clinic, life skills classes, and a nationally recognized vocational rehabilitation program. We continuously strive for improvement and to uphold best practices in the field of mental health. St. Luke’s House is committed to using Evidence-Based Practices, which are proven to be the best support for client’s recovery.  
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