PLEASE NOTE: During the COVID-19 crisis, Whitman-Walker will close all walk-in services. Whitman-Walker will offer others through video and audio telehealth appointments. Our health centers at 1525 14th Street, NW and Max Robinson Center at 2301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave, SE will remain open for appointment-only care including COVID-19 testing and scheduled URGENT care appointments. HIV/STI testing is available by appointment only at LIZ at 1377 R Street, NW, 2nd floor and Max Robinson Center. Call 202.797.4439 to schedule an HIV/STI testing appointment. Whitman-Walker Youth Services in Eastern Market is closed until further notice. See updates to our services and hours of operations at whitman-walker.org/covid19services.
Our Public Benefits and Insurance Navigation Services are closed on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience. Effective October 1, 2020, DC Medicaid and DC Alliance will have new health plans: AmeriHealth Caritas District of Columbia, Inc., MedStar Family Choice, and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan District of Columbia (formerly known as Trusted Health Plan). In addition, many people who have DC Medicaid Fee for Service (FFS or "straight Medicaid") will have their care transitioned to one of the new health plans. Whitman-Walker Health accepts all of these plans and benefits will not change. If you have questions, ask us while you are here or call our Insurance Helpline at 202.745.6151.
Nuestros Beneficios Públicos y los Servicios de Navegación de Seguros están cerrados el miércoles 28 de octubre de 2020. Disculpe las molestias. A partir del 1 de octubre 2020, DC Medicaid y DC Alliance tendrán nuevos planes de salud: AmeriHealth Caritas District of Columbia, Inc., MedStar Family Choice, and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Plan District of Columbia (anteriormente Trusted Health Plan). Además, a muchas personas que tienen el pago por servicio de DC Medicaid (FFS o “Straight Medicaid”) se les transerirá a uno de los nuevos planes de salud. Whitman-Walker Health acepta todos estos planes y los beneficios no cambiarán. Si tiene preguntas, pregúntenos durante su próxima visita o llame a nuestra línea de ayuda de seguros al 202.745.6151.
Our goal is to reduce your out-of-pocket costs by finding the right options for you. This may include prescription drug assistance programs offered through pharmaceutical companies or screening you for our sliding fee schedule of discounts.
If you’d like to talk to us, call the Insurance Help Line at 202.745.6151.
Meet our Public Benefits & Insurance Navigation Staff
Title: Public Benefits and Insurance Navigator II
Title: Public Benefits and Insurance Navigator II
Title: Manager of Public Benefits and Insurance Navigation
Title: Public Benefits and Insurance Navigator
Nuestro objetivo es reducir sus costos de bolsillo al encontrar las mejores opciones para usted. Puede incluir programas de asistencia de medicamentos recetados ofrecidos a través de compañías farmacéuticas o evaluarlo para nuestra escala móvil de tarifas con descuentos.
Horarios e información de contacto
Si quiere conversar con nosotros, llame a la Línea directa de ayuda con seguros al 202.745.6151.Nota: Durante la inscripción abierta, del 1 de noviembre de 2017 al 31 de enero de 2018, nuestro centro WeWork Manhattan Laundry tendrá horario extendido de lunes a jueves de 8:00 am a 7:00 pm y viernes de 8:00 am a 5:00 pm.
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