Project Access Dallas Qualifications

  1. Patient must be a Dallas County resident – U.S. citizenship not required.

  2. Patient does not have health insurance of any kind and is not eligible for Medicare, Medicaid, SCHIP, Parkland Health Plus or VA benefits.

  3. Income – 200% of the Federal Poverty Guideline (see chart).

  4. Someone in the household works or if the patient is unemployed, the time period should not exceed 6 months.

  5. 5. Initial enrollment is for a one year. An extension may be granted, pending continued eligibility and continued treatment and/or medications. However, it is the patient’s responsibility to call the Project Access Dallas Patient Help Line at 214-563-2541 for an extension to be re-enrolled. For more informatiion, call Janie Ortega, Patient Enrollment Coordinator at 214-413-1442.
Persons in Household
Annual Income based on 200% Federal
Poverty Guidelines

Monthly Income
(rounded down to the nearest dollar)

1 $ 22,340 $1861
2 $ 30,260 $2521
3 $ 38,180 $3181
4 $ 46,100 $3841
5 $ 54,020 $4501
6 $ 61,940 $5161
7 $ 69,860 $5821
8 $ 77,780 $6481
9 $ 85,700 $7141
10 $ 93,620 $7801

Information was provided by US Department of Health and Human Services Federal Poverty Guidelines Website http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/12poverty.shtml


Covered Services:

  • Primary episodic and preventive healthcare services at participating Project Access Dallas charity health clinics or participating Project Access Dallas physician offices

  • Hospitalization must be pre-approved. Hospital may bill patient as self pay.

  • Limited diagnostic tests, lab work, and X-rays

  • Limited pharmacy benefits at participating Caremark pharmacies

  • Access to Community Health Navigation

Revised 4/19/2012