Montgomery Cares (Medical Care for Uninsured Adults)

The Montgomery Cares Program is a group of community-based health care providers that provide medical care to uninsured adults in Montgomery County. The program offers medical check-ups by a doctor/nurse, sick visits by a doctor/nurse, medications, lab tests, x-rays, access to a specialist, access to oral health care and access to other health programs.There are ten different health care agencies who provide services in over twenty-five locations throughout Montgomery County.  Eligibility for the program is determined at DHHS' Office of Eligibility and Support Services (OESS).  Residents must visit an OESS office or one of the ten participating clinics where staff can assist with  eligibility determination.
Service(s): Community Clinics
People Without Health Insurance
Low Income
Target Population:
Information Number: 240-777-0311

Important Information

How to Apply Documents To Bring
Eligibility Requirements Fees and Payments
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) Additional Information