S.C. Migrant Health Program Eligibility

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Individuals are eligible to receive services if they
Eligibility Determination Process
Additional North American Industry Classification System Codes and Sub-Codes Accepted by HRSA to Determine Eligibility for Migrant Health Services
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Individuals are eligible to receive services if they:

  • Migratory Agricultural Worker. An agricultural worker who travels to do agricultural work and does not have a permanent residence in S.C. An agricultural worker who travels with a work visa (H2A/H2B) to US from Mexico or Central America  to do agricultural work only, and live  at a camp on the farm property. 
  • Seasonal Agricultural Worker.  An agricultural worker who has a permanent residency in S.C., and during peak farming season works in agriculture.  This person may work in other industries during off farming season such as in the winter months. 
  • Family Member of an Agricultural Worker.  A spouse/partner, child, and or parent who relies on the agricultural worker for financial support.
  • Former Agricultural Worker  (proper documentation will be required).  Individuals who were principally employed in agricultural work, but could no longer do so due to disability or age.

Eligibility Determination Process:

You can call the toll free bilingual line at 1-800-768-3627 for assistance.

*Additional North American Industry Classification System Codes and Sub-codes Accepted by HRSA to Determine Eligibility for Migrant Health Services: In 2015, HRSA expanded its definition of agricultural workers eligible for services 

For additional details regarding this development please click on the following link.


 



 

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