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INCA offers a variety of health services to help improve the health and welfare of the communities we serve. 
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Our Medicare Assistance Program is comprised of two divisions: SHIP (Senior Health Insurance Counseling Program) and SMP (Seniors Medicare/Medicaid Fraud, Abuse and Waste Reduction Program) 

The SMP Program help senior Oklahomans learn how to protect themselves from health care fraud and monitor what Medicare/Medicaid has paid on a beneficiary’s behalf. SMP provides materials outlining how to read a Medicare Summary Notice and how to detect and report discrepancies. 

The SHIP Program is a free health benefits counseling service for Medicare beneficiaries and their families or caregivers. SHIP’s mission is to educate, advocate, counsel, and empower people to make informed healthcare benefit decisions. SHIP is an independent program funded by Federal agencies and is not affiliated with the insurance industry. 

RX for Oklahoma
Rx for Oklahoma is a prescription assistance program designed to help Oklahoma residents, regardless of age, who are uninsured or underinsured.

Navigators provide accurate and impartial assistance to consumers shopping for coverage in the Health Insuarance Marketplace, including consumers who are not familiar with health insurance, have limited English proficiency, or are living with a disability. 

Medical Lending Closet
INCA Community Services, Inc. has an assortment of medical equipment, including wheelchairs, hospital beds, shower chairs, lift chairs, walkers, crutches, canes, etc. Other items in the lending closet are an assortment blood pressure cuffs, adult briefs, bedding, leg and arm braces, and many other items. The large assortment is housed in the Atoka Office.  The only criteria needed for this service is for someone to have a need. No income requirements or referrals needed. Each person who borrows equipment must sign a disclaimer to not hold INCA liable if they are injured using the equipment. The equipment is loaned on the honor system so when the item(s) is no longer needed, it is returned so we can loan it out again to someone else in need.