Does my income matter at Public Health?

Family Planning, Well Child Physicals, Nutrition Counseling (non-WIC, non-Maternal Health), Children's Dental Services, and Psycho-social Counseling fees are assessed on a sliding fee scale (a calculated percentage of the total cost owed ranging from 0% to 100%) based on the number living in the household and household income (regardless of relationship). Therefore, proof of income is required at time of registration.

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1. Does my income matter at Public Health?
2. How much does Public Health charge for vaccines?
3. How much will my visit to Public Health cost?
4. What health services cannot be billed to Medicaid?
5. What types of insurance does Public Health accept?