Florida residents who can not afford health insurance, or who have limited coverage, can apply for a number of assistance programs as well as medical services. The state works with local government and non-profit organizations in an effort to ensure that low income families and the disadvantaged can receive some form of health or dental care, including free health insurance plans. 

Click on the insurance provider logos for more information on each of the programs.

Florida Medicaid

Medicaid is a medical assistance program that helps provide access to healthcare for families with low-income and individuals.

Florida Medicare

Medicare is a health insurance program for people age 65 or older. People younger than 65 can qualify for Medicare, too, including those with disabilities.


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The program assists those that do not have sufficient health care coverage and/or financial resources for managing HIV disease or AIDS.

Florida Dental Association

The FDA Foundation is the philanthropic and charitable arm of the FDA, promoting dental health for all Floridians. The linked PDF document covers all Florida counties.

Free and Affordable Clinics

A Clinic Directory listing for Florida that includes affordable and free clinics designed to help low-income and uninsured people connect with a clinic or community health center in their area.