Hello- I have been unemployed for quite sometime. My Cobra coverage ran out over a year ago. I have tried getting Medi-cal or Medicare coverage but because I am part owner of a house I was told that I do not qualify. I work odd and temp jobs and I guess I make too much with Unemployment to qualify for help. What do I do? I am out of meds. Are there any over the counter drugs that I can get? I am really in desperate need.. Any suggestions or help will be deeply appreciated.View Thread
I will look into this too!! I will check at Walmart to see what they have to offer. I have tried some getting some help at some of the no cost or low cost clinics out here but they say I make too much on Unemployment and that I own a house. Who knew that owning a house was a bad thing!! Thanks again for the suggestions,
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