Sunday, July 05, 2020

By the Numbers

8,500+ – Annual Patient Encounters representing 1,089 Individual Lives
4,870 – People eligible for services from Autauga County
7,559 – People eligible for services from Elmore County
27,376 – People eligible for services from Montgomery County
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2008-10, American Communities Survey
Click HERE for Application.  
Complete and bring with you
on screening day 
Click  HERE for Notarized Letter.

How to Become a Patient

Medical care is provided free of charge for patients between the ages of 19 and 64 without health insurance and with income up to 200% of the federal poverty level. 
To insure we are serving the clients who need our services, we ask our prospective clients to comply with a financial screening process to verify eligibility.
Screenings are performed every Monday and Wednesday
starting at 7 a.m. and the first twelve who sign-in.
(Line-up about 6:00 a.m.)

Initial Requirements

Prospective M.O.M. patients: 
  1. Must be a resident of either Montgomery, Autauga, or Elmore County.
  2. Must be between the ages of 19 - 64.
  3. Must have proof of a valid Social Security number .
  4. Must NOT have or be eligible for Medicare, Medicaid, VA medical benefits, or private insurance. 

In order for us to obtain medicines for our patients, pharmaceutical companies require the following information.
Please bring it with you to screening.

  • Picture I.D.   Government issued preferred.  Will accept current School, work, or Salvation Army ID as long as Name and DOB are listed.

  • Social Security Card (OK if on driver's license)

  • Proof of Current Address (current within 90 days)

  • Pay Stubs (at least #3, current within 90 days)

  • Pension Stubs or Insurance Income

  • Proof of Social Security Benefits (Letter from Social Security Office)

  • Social Security Disability/SSI Benefits Letter (if disability then need amount and date of Medicare Eligibility) (Social Security office is at 4344 Carmichael Road or request online:

  • A current denial letter from Medicaid office (current within 1 year).  It is best if you go to the Medicaid office at Montgomery Health Department, 3060 Mobile Hwy, Montgomery, AL 36108.  Autauga and Elmore counties as well as applying on-line can take up to 45 days.

  • Proof of unemployment Compensation

  • Proof of Workers Compensation Benefits

  • Proof of Alimony Benefits
  • Proof of Child Support
  • House or Utility Allowance (Letter from Housing Authority showing amount)
  • Home Appraisal (Property Tax Print-out is acceptable...Click on your county)  Montgomery     Autauga     Elmore
  • Bank Statements for Checking and Savings (print out from Bank website is acceptable)
  • Food Stamp Assistance
  • Notarized letter from family or friend stating they are assisting you Financially, transportation, lodging, etc.  This is only required if you have NO INCOME.    Click HERE for Notarized letter 
  • Federal 1040, W2, 1099



Monday & Wednesday  open at 7:00am.  Line-up around 5:30am

Patient Hours

Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday 8:00a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Medical Outreach Ministries
1401 East South Boulevard
Montgomery, AL 36116
(334) 281-8008
Fax: (334) 558-0357
Medical Outreach Ministries does not at any time maintain at the clinic any type of Prescription Narcotics, Prescription Psychiatric Medications, Prescription Anxiety Medications, or Prescription Pain Medications.

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