Our Refugee Services
HAP provides coordinated charitable health care and interpretation services for low-income, uninsured refugees of Salt Lake County.
Health Access Project (HAP) is a collaborative community partnership nonprofit organization that works to coordinate access to comprehensive health care services for low-income refugees and uninsured residents of Salt Lake County. Since it’s creation, HAP has established a network of more than 630 providers that are willing to see our patients free of charge.
Our HAP Refugee Case Manager assists refugees with the following services:
- Assistance and coordination of care for primary and specialty services, as well as medical interpretation services for our refugee clients.
- Patient assistance with prescription and pharmacy assistance.
- Resources for oral health care services.
- Enrollment assistance with health insurance through the Marketplace, Medicaid, and PCN.
- Coordination of charity care services through participating hospitals and labs.
- Assistance in resolving any unexpected bills that patients/clients might receive while eligible for HAP services.
- Individuals must be a Salt Lake County residents.
- Household income level must be at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
- Individuals must have a SSN, Green Card, or I-94.