Overview of JPS Assistance Programs
JPS Connection Program
JPS Health Network offers four JPS Connection programs for those who qualify:
- JPS Connection
- JPS Connection Homeless Program
- JPS Connection Supplemental to Medicare
- For patients that have Medicare A&B or a JPS contracted Medicare Advantage Plan
- JPS Connection Supplemental to Insurance
- For patients that have a primary insurance plan that is contracted with JPS
Get yourself and your family connected with regular medical care through JPS Connection. JPS Connection provides affordable access to healthcare with inexpensive co-pays for doctor appointments, specialized care and prescriptions. Protect your family’s health and finances by applying for JPS Connection today. Click here to see if you qualify.
JPS Connection provides affordable co-payments that you can simply pay whenever you receive medical services. Click here to view Co-payments.
JPS has more than 30 primary and specialty care locations across Tarrant County. They include primary care centers, dental clinics, specialty clinics, women’s health services, school-based health centers and more. Click here to see all of our locations.
Access to Preventive Health Care
Don’t wait until you’re sick or injured to see a doctor. Make it a point to have regular wellness check-ups. When you join JPS Connection, you will be assigned a primary care physician who will provide your preventive care and also refer you to specialty providers should you have a need for specialized services, surgeries or other procedures.
Like most memberships, JPS Connection expires each year and does not automatically renew. It is important to renew your membership a few weeks before the expiration date. Call 817-702-1001.
You must provide true and accurate documentation. Misrepresentation of facts or providing fraudulent information is a crime punishable under state and federal law.
JPS Connection is the payor of last resort, meaning that if you are eligible for state, federal or pharmaceutical assistance programs, you need to seek that assistance first. A JPS Eligibility and Enrollment specialist can help you apply for the appropriate programs during your screening appointment.
As a JPS Connection member, it is your responsibility to notify the Eligibility and Enrollment department of any change in residence, household income, employment, family size or insurance coverage. Call 817-702-1001 to report changes to your status. Failure to do so will cause a suspension of membership benefits.
Your JPS Connection membership is only valid at JPS Health Network locations. Do not expect member benefits at other hospitals, health centers or physician offices.
JPS Homeless Program
The JPS homeless program serves individuals and families in Tarrant County who are in need of medical assistance but find themselves without the financial means to afford necessary medical services and prescriptions. JPS serves individuals without a residence needing health care through its partnerships with local homeless shelters. To begin receiving care through the JPS homeless program, visit or call one of the following shelters. The people there will make sure you begin receiving the care you need.
- Salvation Army Transitional Shelter Program
1855 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, Texas 76103
- Presbyterian Night Shelter
2400 Cypress, Fort Worth, Texas 76103
- Union Gospel Mission
1321 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, Texas 76103
- Arlington Life Shelter
325 West Division Street, Arlington, Texas 76011
- Arlington Women’s Shelter
401 West Sanford, Arlington, Texas 76011
- Safe Haven
P.O. Box 1456, Fort Worth, Texas 76101
- MHMR Crisis Respite/Residential-Pathway (Men)
921 West Cannon, Fort Worth, Texas 76104
(817) 332-9261 (Sycamore Care Center #)
- MHMR Crisis Respite/Residential-Jennings Place (Women)
815 South Jennings Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76104
- First Street Methodist Mission
801 West First Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102