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It was great when I interviewed to hear that my interviewers had previously been in my position. There’s room for professional advancement!

— James, Mental Health Rehabilitation Worker

Sliding Fee Scale Discount Program

Sliding Fee
People Incorporated offers a Sliding Fee for eligible services, regardless of one’s ability to pay for them. With a sliding fee, we offer discounted rates to people who have low incomes and are uninsured or under-insured.

What is Sliding Fee?
Sliding Fee Services are services offered at rates that are discounted from our usual and customary rate, as determined by the recipient’s ability to pay. Depending on the recipient’s family size and household income, rates for services are discounted as shown in this table. View our Sliding Fee Scale effective as of January 17, 2020.

What Are the Income Limits and Discounts?
Discounts are calculated based on household size and income. The chart above shows what portion of the fee the recipient will be asked to pay. Discounts are based on household income as compared to the federal poverty rate for family size.

Can I Use the Sliding Fee for Deductibles, Co-Pays, Co-Insurance, Medical Assistance, or Spenddowns?
No, these are contractual relationships with your insurance company. We do offer a variety of payment solutions if these are barriers to your care. Please contact us if questions.

How Do I Qualify and Apply for Sliding Fee?

The process is simple. If you would like to apply, we will ask you to complete a simple application process as follows:

  • Meet with one of our health care navigators prior to your appointment.
  • Provide the navigator with some form of income verification and household size.
  • Uninsured applicants will be required to explore health insurance options and apply for affordable insurance through MN Sure. Applicants eligible for public health care programs, and who decline those programs are not eligible for sliding fee services.