Helping Hands Health Clinic. 102 North Main Street, Elkton, Kentucky 42220. (270) 265-5600.
Services We Provide

A KYNECT representative is here the last Tuesday of each month  to assist with signing up for Medicaid. Todd County residents call 1-800-264-0643 to schedule an appointment.

For Todd and Muhlenberg County Residents call 800-264-0643 to make an appointment to meet with a KYNECT representative so that you can get enrolled.

For Logan County residents call 270-202-7356 to enroll.

General Services 

  • Medicare Preventative Services
  • Acute and Chronic Disease Management
  • Wellness Physicals
  • School/Sports Physical
  • Adult Preventative Vaccines 
  • Behavioral Health Counseling
  • In-house labs
  • Out of clinic referrals
  • Many More
  • We also provide information, applications and assist with coordinating these programs:

              SafeLink, Wireless-Cellphones
              KY Vision’s Project and Sight for Students
              Western KY Hearing Aide Clinic

    Determination is made based on income and the patient must be working. 

Medication Programs

We have two medication programs that provide medications at no cost.

Medication Assist Program (M.A.P. )

This program will now be managed by Elizabeth Over who is able to assist patients in obtaining numerous prescription drugs at no charge, this is mostly specific to Medicare patients who find themselves in the "donut" hole. 

Because of the time, paper and postage involved in processing the application there is a $10.00 fee for each application. Example: you may take six prescription medications but three are manufactured by Astra Zeneca and three are manufactured by Pfizer, there would be a $20.00 charge. Each application is good for one full year. 

Blount Rural Health Center also assists patients that have Medicare Part D plans. The process for this assistance changes depending on the pharmaceutical company and when you reach the “donut hole”.

Call Karen Critchlow at 270-265-5600  to see how she can help you with obtaining your medications free.

Indigent Drug Progam (IDP)

Since all KY residents are expected to be covered with some type of insurance Pharmaceutical Companies have basically removed themselves from providing free medications to low income patients. It will be rare that we will be able to obtain free medications. It is VITAL that you seek enrollment in the KY Health Care Exchange program and obtain insurance coverage. If you were enrolled in our medication assist programs previously, you are likely eligible for Medicaid insurance coverage.