The Migrant Health Program is a federally funded program that provides basic health care services for migrant, seasonal farm workers, and their families.
The programs conduct health screenings for migrant and seasonal farm workers and their families. It also provides basic health care through mid-level providers. A network of doctors, dentists, optometrists, and pharmacists will also provide services when needed; these services are then reimbursed by the program. It does not pay for hospitalization or for specialized medical care.
Immigration status is NOT required when determining eligibility or providing services.
For more information call the Riverton Public Health at 856-6979 or Lander Public Health at 332-1073.