Our patients are people you see every day in our community – like the young cashier handing you your order at a busy ice cream shop, and the older gentleman counting your shirts at your neighborhood dry cleaner. Others work behind the scenes – like the dishwasher in a popular restaurant and the evening security guard at a local office building. Still, others have faithfully served their customers for years, working as a caregiver and cleaning homes. They work hard and are focused on doing a good job so they can provide for their own families. Most never thought they would ever need free health care.
All live within Hillsborough County and have incomes at, or below, 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (for a family of 4, this is up to $4,417 per month). Most are parents with children who live at home.
Although most of our patients work, their jobs do not include access to affordable health insurance.
In recent years, an increasing number of new patients came to Outreach Free Clinic and Resource Center after losing their job and their health insurance.
To be eligible for free health care services or other resource assistance at Outreach Free Clinic and Resource Center, the gross household income (per household size) must be between 0% and 200% of the Federal Poverty (2020 Income Guidelines). The chart below outlines the annual Federal Poverty Level for each family size represent income levels that are commonly used as guidelines for health programs.
|200% FPL (Monthly)|
|1 person||income up to||$2,147.00 per month|
|2 people||income up to||$2,903.00 per month|
|3 people||income up to||$3,660.00 per month|
|4 people||income up to||$4,417.00 per month|
|5 people||income up to||$5,173.00 per month|
|6 people||income up to||$5,930.00 per month|
|7 people||income up to||$6,687.00 per month|
|8 people||income up to||$7,443.00 per month|
If your household income is below 139%, you may be eligible for Free Health Insurance with the Hillsborough HealthCare Program. To apply click here.
Hillsborough County Health Plan FAQs:
If your income is above 200% of the Federal Poverty Level you may seek care at one of the Health Centers at a reduced or sliding scale fee based on household income. For information, residents of Hillsborough County contact one of the Health Centers listed below: