Friday, July 22, 2011

Affording Health: Free or low-cost health programs explained at Waretown library branch

“The greatest wealth is health,” said the classical Roman philosopher Virgil, but what if one can’t afford it?

 Health care can be prohibitively costly for many, especially during these economically difficult times.  Whether you have lost your health insurance due to a job loss or your medical costs have grown beyond your financial means, there just might be a solution for you. 

New rights and benefits have recently become available.  And many more free or low cost programs are in the making to help alleviate the strain often associated with medical costs.  Discover how you and your family can take advantage of these new developments. 

A representative from The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance will present a free program at the Waretown branch, 112 Main St.,  Monday Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. covering your concerns. 

Seating is limited, so please register by calling the branch (609) 693-5133 or online at .

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