Our Help Line can address a broad spectrum of issues, providing eligibility screening, program information and enrollment. We use a logic model in our screening process to assess all of our callers’ socio-economic and health needs, which triggers program enrollment or community resource referral.
Our Medical Disounct Program provides uninsured and under-insured Nevadans with access to primary and specialty healthcare providers and a greatly reduced price. The Medical Discount Program is not health insurance, as members must pay the discounted rate for treatment at the time of service. Each member is also assigned an AHN Personal Healthcare Coordinator to help them navigate the healthcare system and achieve their health goals.
Our Health Insurance Program has been discontinued. You can click here for more info.
Our Medical Disounct Program provides uninsured and under-insured Nevadans with access to dental, vision, and select wellness service providers at a greatly reduced price. The Medical Discount Program is not health insurance, as members must pay the discounted rate for treatment at the time of service. Each member is also assigned an AHN Personal Healthcare Coordinator to help them navigate the healthcare system and achieve their health goals.
The Women’s Health Connection (WHC) program provides breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to low-income women who are uninsured and ineligible for health insurance.
Colon screening is so important in managing your health, as colon cancer often presents no symptoms early on when it’s easiest to treat. Starting at age 50, you may qualify for a free FIT test, which is an at-home colon cancer screening kit.
Our Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) acts as a single point of entry for long-term support for seniors age 60 or above, people with disabilities (of any age), family members, and care providers. ADRC helps individuals of all ages and income levels obtain the services and support they need by establishing one-on-one assistance through a single organization. This one-stop shop works to enhance independent living by providing access to needed services and reducing the stress of navigating benefits. ADRC serves Washoe, Carson, Mineral, Douglas, Elko, Eureka, Lander, Humboldt, White Pine, and Storey Counties.
We run the Northern Nevada State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), which provides free, unbiased Medicare information and counseling to Northern Nevadans. S.H.I.P. volunteers provide one-on-one assistance to Medicare beneficiaries and their advocates in person or by telephone.
Having a Personal Healthcare Coordinator with Access to Healthcare Network (AHN) means always having support to accomplish your health goals and having someone there to help you manage any healthcare task — big or small — 100% free.
We are so passionate about helping our members save money on healthcare, we have $500 saved just for you. With our Individual Development Account (IDA) Health Savings Program, your savings account will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $500 (depending on funding availability).
Our transportation program provides FREE Transportation to Senior Citizens, Disabled, and Low-Income Residents in Reno and Greater Washoe County Area
Our specialty care coordination program is a partnership between Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center and Access to Healthcare Network (AHN) to provide Personal Healthcare Coordination to patients with unique medical conditions in order to improve medical outcomes.
The Ryan White Part B Program is a nationwide program that assists HIV/AIDS patients and their families with a variety of services. As the Nevada program administrator, Access to Healthcare helps determine Ryan White Part B Program eligibility for the state.
The mission of the Sierra Pediatric Blood and Cancer Consortium is to maintain and expand pediatric hematology oncology services for children and families in Northern Nevada and the Eastern Sierras.
Because of our knowledge, experience and expertise, Access to Healthcare Network is well positioned to offer educational services to low and moderate income populations, as well as those who wish to work with them more effectively.