Parker Family Health Center Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility for service to the Parker Family Health Center is based upon 2013 Federal Poverty levels.
You are eligible if your annual income is under 300% of that level and you are uninsured
and do not qualify for Medicare or Medicaid.

 

2013 FEDERAL POVERTY LEVELS
Source: Based on US DHHS Federal Poverty Guidelines (Federal Register; 1/24/2013)

 

Family
Size

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
100% 2013 Federal
Income Level

11,490
15,510
19,530
23,550
27,570
31,590
35,610
39,630
300% Above
2013 Poverty Level

34,470
46,530
58,590
70,650
82,710
94,770
106,830
118,890

 

Intake Requirements

The Parker Family Health Center serves people who live in Monmouth County and do not have insurance – including Medicaid and Medicare. We see patients with medical problems; we are not a behavioral mental health clinic. In order for you to be seen at the Parker Family Health Center, you must first be determined eligible for services. This is done during an Intake Appointment. Guidelines for service eligibility and information required at the time of the Intake Appointment:

1. Clients must show Proof of Residency in Monmouth County. This may be shown by: bills or rent receipts, driver’s license or something verifying that you live at an address in Monmouth County. A Post Office Box is not acceptable.
2. Proof of Total Household Annual Income – This includes paycheck stubs, social security, and/or Federal Income Tax 1040 Form, disability and/or pension benefit statements, and/or unemployment benefit statements from all that contribute to the Total Household Annual Income. Married individuals  must provide information pertaining to spouse’s income.
3. If you have insurance — you are not eligible. If you are eligible for Medicaid, Medicare or if you are a Veteran, you should go to your designated provider. Only clients who meet the income and residence guidelines will be scheduled with an appointment. If you are acutely ill, we will do our best to fit you into our schedule as soon as possible, with the understanding that you will complete the eligibility process.

 

Please remember that the Parker Family Health Center is a VOLUNTEER Clinic with limited resources. All of our support comes from Community donations. If you meet the eligibility guidelines, we will do all that we can to assist you with your healthcare concerns; if you do not meet our guidelines, we will assist you with an appropriate referral. Please be patient with the time it may take to serve you. We do not have a full range of specialty services.

To make an appointment for Intake, please call 732-212-0777.
The Parker Family Health Center Accepts Donations.