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       Thursday, March 05, 2015
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Families and individuals in Saskatchewan can qualify for additional health benefit coverage, if their income is below a particular level.  See details about benefits and income levels.  For more about assistance generally, see Related Links, below.

Benefits for low-income working families

Recipients of income supplement programs also receive some health benefits.

Residents 65 and older who qualify for this program can have prescription drug costs capped at $20 per prescription.  Apply today!

The Special Support Program is designed to help those whose drug costs are high in relation to their income.

Those who qualify for Supplementary Health benefits are eligible for a number of health services and products.

Related Links

Programs to help low-income parents remain in the workforce and to assist families in becoming financially independent.

Ministry of Social Services assistance for the basic needs of low-income seniors.

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