Pennsylvania Health Law Project - Harrisburg Office

118 Locust Street
Harrisburg, PA - 17101
Phone Number: (717) 236-6310
Fax Number: (717) 233-4088

Pennsylvania Health Law Project provides free legal help to Pennsylvanians who are seeking health coverage through publicly funded programs, or have been denied a medically necessary service. Some examples of cases we handle are denials of eligibility for Medicaid (Medical Assistance), denials of services under Medical Assistance (e.g., home health aides, prescription drugs, durable medical equipment), individuals struggling with their health care costs and individuals struggling with their prescription co-pays under Medicare Part D. For free legal help with an insurance problem, please call our Helpline at (800) 274-3258.

Mission Statement: PHLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing free legal services to people having trouble getting or keeping health coverage. For more than two decades, we have worked tirelessly to advance the health care rights of our clients. We do this by: Providing legal represention to clients to help them keep Medicaid coverage or services; Engaging in community education and outreach to consumers, advocates, and health care providers; and Advocating for health policies that best address our clients' needs and protect their legal rights.

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