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  1. Injured workers or employers who are not satisfied with a decision made by the Workers Compensation Board can ask for their appeal to be heard by the Workers Compensation Board Appeal Tribunal.Note: Members of the Tribunal are independent of the WCB and govern...
  2. Community Wellness FundProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Provides individuals with free: Safer sex supplies Gender affirming products Health services and supports Grocery supportIndividuals can apply for support more than once to a maximum of $400.00.
  3. Financial SupportProvided by: ALS Society of Prince Edward Island - AKA: ALS Society of PEI; ALS PEI
    Financial assistance to help cover specific costs related to their ALS diagnosis, including: Ongoing costs associated with having a feeding tube Cost of transportation to certain events like medical appointmentsFinancial assistance for drug prescriptions, coun...
  4. Hear, Hear PEIProvided by: PEI Senior Citizens' Federation - AKA: Seniors Federations
    Provides new or reconditioned hearing aids to eligible adults on a low income who have no other source of funding (i.e. savings and/or investments) to purchase hearing aids and are unable to obtain assistance elsewhere.
  5. Provides free flights to low-income Canadians who must travel to medical care that does not exist in their communities. Free flights are also available for someone to accompany a patient under 18 years. If medically necessary, a free flight may be available fo...
  6. Provides eligible injured workers with various benefits to help them during their recovery. Types of benefits injured workers may be entitled to include: Medical aid to cover treatment costs Wage loss compensation Medical expense reimbursement for medications ...
  7. Medical and Respiratory EquipmentProvided by: ALS Society of Prince Edward Island - AKA: ALS Society of PEI; ALS PEI
    Provides medical and respiratory equipment for people in need who are diagnosed with ALS. Can include: Hospital beds Wheelchairs Ceiling lift tracks Specialized seating cushions Bath benches and commodes BiPap machines Cough assist units Suction machinesThe as...
  8. Mental health counselling, emotional support, community based cultural support services, and some assistance with transportation costs is available to those affected by missing and murdered Indigenous women.The final report has yet to be released.
  9. A national program that provides coverage to registered First Nations and recognized Inuit for a specified range of medically necessary items and services that are not covered by other plans and programs. The benefit categories are: Dental care Eye and vision ...
  10. Open HomesProvided by: Airbnb
    Airbnb hosts offer their rental space for free to people going through a difficult time. This includes: Medical stays: For those receiving care or supporting a patient or healing with family during a difficult time Refugee housing: Temporary accommodation befo...
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