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Health Assistance Program

The UVM Health Network’s Health Assistance Program (HAP), available to our patients, offers financial assistance, advocacy support and other services.

At CVPH, we want to make sure that cost doesn’t prevent you from getting the care you need.

Our Health Assistance Program (HAP) is here to help eligible families with low- and middle-incomes get prescription medications at no cost, even if you have insurance.


All co-pays and costs are waived for both brand-name and generic prescriptions. 

Medications can be picked up at a UVM Health Network outpatient pharmacy or mailed to your home.


Access to eyeglasses and medical equipment.

Assistance with enrollment in state and federal programs, including obtaining insurance through the New York State of Health, health insurance marketplace.

Advocacy and support with obtaining other health care related resources.

Call: (888) 739-5183, Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm.


Additional Resources

Financial Assistance

At CVPH, we want to make sure you get the emergency and other medically necessary care you need. Our Financial Assistance Program provides free and discounted care to eligible patients to help cover the cost of that care. You may qualify for help even if you have health insurance.

Find out more about Patient Financial Services.

Reach out to our Patient Financial Advocates at (518) 562-7074, Monday – Friday,
8:00 am – 4:30 pm.