Services and information
Benefits are available to low-income Albertans through the Adult Health Benefit.
AADL helps Albertans with a long-term disability, chronic or terminal illness to pay for basic medical equipment and supplies.
Low income families can apply to this program to get eyeglasses, prescription drugs, and dental care for their kids.
Learn about the AHCIP, how to get registered for coverage of insured hospital and physician services in Alberta and Canada, forms, updates.
Seniors with low-income can get financial assistance to help with monthly living expenses.
Financial and health benefits for eligible Albertans with a permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a living.
Learn about the Biosimilars Initiative, the drugs affected and the process to switch from biologic to biosimilar drugs.
Learn how to claim eligible expenses covered under supplementary drug and health benefit programs managed through Alberta Blue Cross.
Eligible seniors can get help covering the cost of basic dental and optical services.
Learn about the drug benefit list, what drugs are covered, drug price policy and drug review process.
Supports for individuals and families to pay for basic expenses like food, clothing and shelter.
Learn about Non-Group Coverage for supplementary health benefits, eligibility, benefits covered and premiums.
Albertans without health benefit plans can get immediate, no-cost access to opioid agonist medications for up to 120 days.
Learn about the Palliative Coverage Program, who is eligible, what benefits are provided, and how to apply to receive benefits.
Learn about the additional health benefits provided to seniors under the Coverage for Seniors program.
Learn about some of the specialized drugs and drug programs available to Albertans covered as a supplementary health benefit.