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COVID 19: Driver Resources and Information 

Driver Resources

Real Help for Real Truckers
General Assistance: Utilities, Food, Other Charities, Etc.

Find Help – Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.

CAC (Community Action Center or Agency) – helps with utilities, food, jobs, medical, etc. Click here and enter your state and county. Apply for food stamps

Truckers Final Mile – A charity that will help truck drivers who are injured or have passed away while over the road.    .

Dial 211 – sponsored by United Way, helps with utilities and finds local resources.

Social Security Survivor Benefits –

How to Negotiate Medical Bills –

Patient Advocate Foundation – MULTIPLE resources, from help with medical bills, to financial help in your area, 800-532-5274,

Raise money yourself – /

Help paying bills –

People Working Cooperatively – help with home modifications and repair in Kentucky, Ohio & Indiana,

Funeral Assistance – Help with Funeral Costs

ACCESS by AT&T – Internet assistance for anyone who qualifies for  SNAP

Comcast Internet Essentials – Internet assistance for anyone who qualifies for reduced student lunches. $10 per month.

Patient Education Resources –

Teddy’s Trucker’s Association  – A non-profit association focused on bettering the lives of truckers and their families. 

Assurance Wireless – Provides eligible low-income customers free monthly data, unlimited texting, and free monthly minutes



CancerCare – Find assistance from organizations providing financial or practical help

Zero Cancer – Get access to lifesaving information and support, connect with others in the prostate cancer community, and take action to ZERO out prostate cancer.

American Cancer Society (ACS) – This is a nationwide organization with local “chapters” in every state.

National Cancer Institute (NCI) – Coordinates and has details on cancer related trials.      1-888-624-1937

American Cancer Society Hope Lodge –  Provides a “home away from home” for individuals with cancer and their families. 1-800-227-2345

CancerCare –  Provides financial assistance to cover the cost of treatment for cancer patients. 1-800-813-4673

American Breast Cancer Foundation –  Provides financial assistance to uninsured women and men for breast cancer screenings and diagnostic tests. 1-877-323-4226

Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research –  Provides financial assistance for individuals with pancreatic cancer who are on Medicaid or eligible for Medicaid. Liquid assets must be at or below $15,000. 1-800-813-4673

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Patient Financial Aid –  Offers financial assistance for individuals with leukemia or other forms of blood cancer. 1-800-955-4572, or click here.

Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation –  Organization provides financial assistance to cover treatment costs for women with ovarian cancer. – Providing victims of mesothelioma and their families with resources and comprehensive information surrounding treatments, research, doctors, and financial help.

National Breast Cancer Foundation – provides early detection screenings, including mammograms, breast health education, and a supportive community.

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American Heart Association

Heart Healthy Women

National Stroke Association –

Stop Atrial Fibrillation –

The Mended Hearts

Women Heart

Catastrophic Illness

HelpHOPELive –  Offers financial support to catastrophic injury patients. 1-800-642-8399

Chronic Disease

Good Days Chronic Disease Fund –  Fund provides financial assistance for people suffering from certain chronic diseases. 1-877-968-7233

Patient Access Network Foundation – Offers financial assistance (medications) for individuals with chronic diseases.  Individuals must be insured. 1-866-316-7263

Patient Services, Inc. –  Assists chronically ill individuals with the cost of their insurance co-payments.  Patient must have a medical condition that is covered by the program. 1-800-366-7741


FREE Dental Days –  Check Website for Dentist in your area –

Dentistry from the Heart – Organization dedicated to assisting low-income individuals in need of dental care.

Dental Lifeline Network – Provides dental care to the disabled, elderly, and/or medically compromised. Individuals must have no financial resources with which to pay for their extensive dental care needs. 1-877-650-9001

My County Cares – Save on Dental and Wellness with Savings Plans from MyCountyCares –


Omada Health –  FREE nationwide diabetes prevention program for all truck drivers through Omada Health.

Freedomed – Provides free medical supplies to individuals with diabetes. Individuals must be insured. 1-888-722-7556

Diabetes Exemption Application –

Hope 80/20 – A video driven all natural way to lower diabetes.

Help for People with Disabilities

Assisted Living Benefits for Veterans –

Truckers Final Mile –  They will provide home modifications to truck drivers that have mobility and accessibility needs due to career ending injuries. Some of these modifications to a truckers home include, but are not limited to: handicap ramps, ADA restroom facilities, hall and doorway widening, lift mechanisms and such that would increase the drivers quality of life.

“How to Hire Home Remodelers” –

State-by-State Help for Family Caregivers –

A Guide to Keeping Your Home for the Newly Disabled – | Disability and Health –

Benefits for People with Disabilities –

Employment Resources: The National Organization on Disability –

Brain Trauma and Equal Opportunity: What You Need to Know –

Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities –

Fire Safety and Disabilities Guide –

Senior Living & Assisted Living Guide – Comprehensive information on topics like financial support and care options that are available

Financial Services

The Simple Dollar – A personal finance blog provides frugality and money management tips, ideas for frugal living with high quality of life

Clear Point – Debt counseling, 800-257-2227, – 1-800-677-0718 – helps with financing/payment plan for medical bills, Http://

Help with Mortgage –

Trinity Credit –

Paying for Senior Care – help the elderly and their families fully understand the cost of long term care and the programs that can provide financial support

Decision Data – Internet for low-income families and additional resources


Test to Treat – Home Test to Treat is a program that offers free tests and free treatment (if eligible) for COVID-19 at home 24/7. No insurance or appointments needed! Care when you need ​it, from the comfort of your home. Register now to access free virtual care and treatment for COVID-19, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Sign up anytime, whether you are sick or not.

Mother Trucker Yoga – Feel better, wherever! Proud supporter of St. Christopher Fund! For more information or to sign up to join, visit   3-5 minute, short, fun and effective videos.Directly pinpointing ALL your aches and pains associated with long-term sitting and driving.  Solution-based movements for instant relief and long-term success. Yoga made accessible to the average person and focusing on where it counts.

Rolling Strong –  As the provider of driver wellness programs for transportation companies and their drivers and owner-operators, Rolling Strong promotes behavior change and provides support in the areas of Nutrition, Fitness, Sleep, Stress Management and Weight Management.

Fitness Trucking  Provides various coaching packages for drivers, carriers, and the entire industry, that help drivers lose weight and reduce medication; help carriers reduce the associated costs of obesity, and helps the industry make safer highways by making healthier, safer drivers.

Higi – Track blood pressure, pulse, weight, and BMI at 11,000 higi stations nationwide. Connect a mobile device and track your activity in your higi account.

FMCSA – National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Find a registered Medical Examiner for DOT exams


Everywhere.Care –  Telemedicine. Get access to board-certified physicians and masters level counselors 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Use code SCTRF to get these services for you, and up to 7 family members, for just $10/month!

Express Medical Solutions – Telemedicine  24Hour Virtual MD; Affordable Accessible Healthcare. Sleep apnea testing and treatment delivery methods. 865-438-0184

Hill-Burton Program – Clinics are available for people who cannot afford care. Hospitals, nursing homes,community clinics, and other healthcare facilities participate. 1-800-638-0742.

Independent Agent – Health, life, Medicare, long term care 423-664-2047

Accident and Critical Illness Insurance for Truck Drivers – Learn More Here

Disability Insurance for Truck Drivers – Learn More Here

National Association of Free Clinics – They keep a list of free clinics by town, city, and state. 703-647-7427,

HealthWell Foundation – 501 (c) (3) non-profit that helps people who have health insurance who cannot afford their coinsurance, copayments, or premiums for important medical treatments. 1-800-675-8416

Christian Healthcare Ministries – affordable, faith based health insurance program. 1-800-791-6225

AFC Urgent Care – Find a location near you


Dogs for the Deaf, Inc. – Non-profit organization that provides professionally trained “hearing dogs” to hearing impaired individuals for free.

Starkey Hearing Foundation – Helps low-income individuals obtain hearing aids. Individuals must be permanent U.S. citizens.1- 800-328-8602,

How To Negotiate Bills

 In the past 10 years, the St. Christopher Fund has helped numerous drivers negotiate hospital bills and work out payment plans.  The majority of drivers we encounter do not have medical insurance and are therefore charged exorbitant amounts for the medical services they received.  We have seen bills ranging from $2,000 to $500,000.  Of course, most individuals, whether drivers or not, will be unable to pay medical bills at costs such as these.  The result: the bills will go to collections and will eventually ruin your credit.  The key to not being put in this situation is to have health insurance.  However, for those without insurance, there are some steps you can take to help lower your medical bills.

1)         As soon as you get the bill, call the phone number listed on the bill and ask for a self-pay discount.  Mention that you do not have insurance and that you are unable to pay the full amount.  If you have already received several bills or have gone to collection, call anyway and ask for assistance.

2)        After the discount has been given, ask to be set up on a payment plan.  Many hospitals and doctors’ offices will accept as little as $10/month.  However, some need the balance paid within 1 year-5 years.  Either way, your payments will be less than the lump sum.

3)        If you feel you are unable to pay any of the balance and you can show proof of a lack of, or a reduction in, income, ask for a financial assistance application.  You can also ask if the hospital has any charity care programs for uninsured, indigent individuals.

The best thing you can do for yourself is to stay in constant contact with the hospitals and doctors’ offices to let them know you are willing and are trying to work to get the bills paid.  Ignoring the bills does not make them go away and will only hurt you in the long run.  Act fast, be truthful, and follow the above steps and you are guaranteed a better outcome. 

How to Avoid Costly Medical Bills via NPR

Medical Bill Debt Advocacy – Dollar For

Check Eligibility to Receive Assistance – Dollar For

Insurance & Truck Sales

Capital Solutions, Inc. – (520) 760-3648 – Jason Dasher –

Trucking Insurance Services –  1-855-281-2924

OOIDA Truck Insurance –

MHC Truck Source – MHC Truck Source

Used Equipment Guide.Com –  Used Equipment


American Kidney Fund Health Insurance Payment Program (HIPP) –  Provides financial assistance to dialysis patients help pay their insurance premiums. Patient must have a referral from a social worker and/or nephrologist. 1-800-638  8299

National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse –  Financial help for treatment of kidney failure.

National Kidney Foundation – Prescription assistance program


State Prescription Assistance

NiceRX – helps individuals access over 1,500 FDA-approved medications through patient assistance programs

Good RX – Prescription discount coupons for prescription medication. Coupon can be texted, emailed, mailed or can be printed on your computer.

Optum – Find free drug coupons

RX Aid Prescription Assistance – Runs patient assistance programs that can help the uninsured get needed prescriptions at low cost or for free. 877-610-9360, –  978-865-4115 –

MedAssist –  Helps uninsured individuals obtain needed medications who are at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. 1-866-331-1348,

RX Outreach –  Non-profit organization that provides affordable medications to individuals in need. 1-800-769-3880

FamilyWizeWell established prescription discount program. Organization’s free prescription discount card helps individuals across the U.S. receive savings on their medications, regardless of financial status or insurance coverage.

ScriptSave WellRx – Get discounts on brand or generic prescriptions. Savings average 60% and, in some cases, can be 80% or more. Easily find the lowest price for your medication at more than 65,000 pharmacies nationwide.

SingleCare – is a pharmacy savings card that can reduce prices up to 80% on your prescriptions. You can use it if you don’t have insurance, or you can use it instead of your insurance if our price is lower than your copay

Mental Health

T.R.U.E Addiction and Behavioral Health has put together this incredible guide with dozens of mental health and substance use resources that can help.

A Guide for Addressing the Loneliness Epidemic – In May, Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy issued a special report on the public health crisis of loneliness in America.

NAMI – A nonprofit organization focused on mental health advocacy efforts.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Dial 988 from any phone, any time.

Live Another Day – Live Another Day was founded with the purpose of providing equal access to life-saving resources. They offer dozens of resources for finding help for mental health and substance use

Truck Stop Ministries – ministers to the trucking industry and their families by utilizing the following tools:* Chaplaincy Program * Missionary Driver Program * Website * Bi-Monthly Newsletter * Radio Program* CD Ministry* Bible Study Correspondence Courses* 24-Hour Trucker Prayer Line* Tracts and other printed material* 24-Hour Call-in Devotional Line

Buck Black Therapy – 765-807-6778,     online/Skype/phone therapy in the state of Indiana.

1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-273-TALK – They are available 24/7 and are set legally to address suicide.

Talk Space –

Better Help –

E-Counseling –

The Recovery Village – Valuable information on mental health support, co-occurring disorders and addiction treatment options.

Adventure Based Addiction Rehab  – we specialize in providing gender-specific care to those struggling with substance use disorders (SUDs).


Express Truck Tax –   IRS authorized e-filing service provider of Form 2290, 8849, and 2290 Amendments.   Truckers Fund has partnered with ExpressTruckTax to offer Truckers Fund drivers a simple way to e-file Form 2290 HVUT. 10% of each filing fee will be donated to SCF.

Highway Connections – Helps our nation’s truckers stay connected while on the road. We help them stay connected to their families, connected to churches, connected to friendly truck stops, but most importantly – connected to Christ.

National Association of Injured and Disabled Workers Grants Program –  Provides short-term financial assistance to injured and disabled workers and their families as a result of injury, disability or illness. The medical program helps cover the cost of necessary medical expenses which includes, but is not limited to, surgeries, medical bills, prescriptions, etc. Grants are given on a one-time basis, per calendar year and are paid directly to providers or debtors. 1-888-788-NAIDW,

The Cindy Donald Dreams of Recovery Foundation, Inc. –  Provides financial assistance for approved therapy programs for individuals with traumatic or non-traumatic brain/spinal cord injuries. (770) 675-6565,

The Fighting Back Scholarship Program –  Provides financial assistance for post-rehabilitative exercise to individuals who have suffered a life-changing illness or injury. (610) 668-8868,

Healing Hands Wellness Center – Specializing in chiropractic care and $50 DOT Physicals.  (651) 699-3366

Veterans Affairs Medical Care Hardship Program –  Assists financially challenged veterans in obtaining health care benefits.  1-800-273-8255

ACCESS by AT&T –  Internet assistance for anyone who qualifies for  SNAP

Comcast Internet Essentials – assistance for anyone who qualifies for reduced student lunches. $10 per month. –  Resources to guide you through decisions on key aspects of your later years, and we’re in touch with a network that can help you navigate your options. – A site that helps people find resources for recovery from substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders –

The Recovery Village – Get help for you, a caring friend or family member, and understand how to help a loved one with an addiction.

Florin | Roebig Trial Attorneys – A national law firm helping those involved in auto and truck accidents.


Bowman Siciliano Limb Bank Foundation –  Non-profit organization that provides artificial limbs to those in need. (817) 597-1826,

LifeNets Wheelchair Project –  Assists individuals in need of wheelchairs.

Limbs for Life Foundation –  Provides prosthetics to those in need. 1-888-235-5462,


COPD Foundation

Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation –

American Lung Association –

Emphysema Foundation –

2nd Wind





Life and Breath

GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer –

PHassociation –

Pulmonary Fibrosis –

Sleep Apnea

Do You Think You Need A Sleep Study or CPap?

Express Medical Solutions – Express Medical Solutions provides bundled health care, including sleep apnea management and telehealth services for workers and their families anywhere in the US with next generation programs.

American Sleep Apnea Association-CPAP Assistance Program –  Provides CPAP therapy equipment for individuals diagnosed with sleep apnea.1-888-293-3650,

Apnea Med –

CPapAmerica – It is a “one-stop-shop” for sleep apnea relief, education, CPAP equipment, and Home Sleep Testing in West Deptford, New Jersey.

CPAP Sleep Studies – Discounted when referred by SCF, Skip Williams 865-335-8740

Second Wind CPAP – Toll Free: 1-855-263-2727 (855-2ND-CPAP) Reduced cost CPAP machines,

Singular Sleep –

Smoking Cessation


Getting Help to Quit Smoking – American Lung Association –

CDC – Cessation – Smoking & Tobacco Use –

1-800-NO-BUTTS – Free counseling on smoking cessation

Ultimate Guide to Quitting Smoking – Break the cycle of addiction today.

Spiritual Help

Truck Stop Ministries – 770-775-2100,

Transport for Christ – To provide an effective ministry to truck drivers throughout the world wherever there is a significant trucking industry. (717) 426-9977

Terminally Ill

Compassionate Foundation: Covers basic living expenses for terminally ill people and their families.

(302) 368-8944,


American Transplant Foundation – Offers financial assistance to transplant patients as well as living donors. Note: Applications must be completed by a licensed social worker. (303) 757-2990,

John Brockington Foundation –  Provides financial assistance to kidney and transplant patients. (619) 299-4426

Second Chance for Life –  Offers emergency housing assistance and transportation for transplant patients. (651) 636-4624

Transplant Recipients International Organization (TRIO) –  Provides cost-free transportation for transplant-related travel.


Transportation Air/Ground Assistance

Air Care Alliance –  Provides air transportation for medical care for those in need. 1-888-260-9707,

Angel Flight –  Provides free transportation for medical care for those in need.

Corporate Angel Network –  Provides free air transportation for cancer patients in need of medical treatment. 1-866-328-1313

Angel Wheels –  Provides ground transportation to patients in need. Patients must be ambulatory. They must not be in need of medical care during trip or they must bring someone who can assist them if needed. Patient must be going to the doctor. 1-800-768-0238

Pilots for Christ International – Provides free air transportation to individuals or groups in need. Eligible passengers include ambulatory persons, relatives who need to visit seriously ill patients, or others in need of emergency assistance. 616-884-6241,

TransAlive – Serving the traveling public for 40 years

Trucking Jobs

NeedADriverNow – –

Alltrucking –

Everytruckjob –

Careersingear –

Truckdriverjobs411 –

Truckdriverjobsinamerica –

CDLJobs – 

All Truck Jobs –


Vision Exempsions –

All About Vision –

Eyecare America – The organization provides free eye care, facilities, and educational materials to the uninsured and poor. 1-800-222-3937:

Mission Cataract – 800-343-7265:

Association of Blind Citizens Assistive Technology Fund – Assists legally blind individuals with the cost of adaptive devices or software:

New Eyes for the Needy – Helps individuals unable to afford eyeglasses obtain them. An application must be currently submitted by an agency on an individual’s behalf. Applicants must have had a recent eye exam with a prescription for eyeglasses:

National Vision Resources – Financial assistance national resource guide –

All About Vision –

20 Home Modifications for People with Vision Loss –

Creating Accessible Kitchens for the Visually Impaired –

Medical News Today – Get the latest eye health news and research from prestigious universities and journals throughout the world