State-Sponsored Programs for Minnesota
State-Sponsored Programs are programs created, sponsored, and/or funded (all or in part): by a state, county or local government, and provide: Medical care or financial assistance for medical care, health insurance, prescription assistance, medical supplies, medical equipment, disease screening, respite care or other medical assistance. The State-Sponsored Programs are listed in alphabetical order.
Programs are listed in alphabetical order by program name.
9 State Programs in Minnesota
|Program Name||Program Provides|
|Children & Youth with Special Health Needs /CYSHN||Access to medical & related care for children with special health care needs, birth to 21.|
|HIV/AIDS Insurance Program||Financial assistance for insurance premiums to individuals who have HIV/AIDS.|
|HIV/AIDS Mental Health Program||Pays for limited outpatient counseling.|
|Infant and Toddler Intervention||Early intervention services for infants & toddlers with developmental delays.|
|Medical Assistance - Families with children under 21||Low-cost health care coverage for children under age 19 of low-income families who are not on Medicaid; MN also includes children 19 & 20.|
|Sage Scopes - Colorectal Cancer Screening||Free colorectal cancer screening program|
|Senior LinkAge Line||Help locate free or reduced cost prescription drugs.|
|State Health Insurance Assistance Program / SHIP||Free counseling and assistance on all aspects of Medicare.|
|Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) - Minnesota||Free/low cost vaccines for children|