Before TL;DR, at least read the last line.
I've been cut from my current state assistance health insurance because "I'm not disabled and therefore do not require any sufficient medication." I'm mentally exhausted after years of fighting for decent health insurance with them and I do not enjoy the term disabled or do I enjoy applying for disability when at this stage in my life, I do not consider myself disabled (excluding extreme highs and lows). It's not a pride thing, I would really just like to save that national reserve for the people who legitimately NEED it/the time in my life that I may need it.
I'm currently in the process of jumping onto my mother's health insurance (I'm only 22 so, hopefully this still works even though I'm married) which would cover most of my stuff for about $400 dollars a month. This is legitimately a financial stretch for me considering I'm in college full time working towards a very medically intensive major. I live on my own, have bills, and live the life of an adult while living on an income that is usually provided for teens still living with their parents in college.
I'm on the Accu-Chek Combo insulin pump, Humalog insulin, and Accu-Chek Aviva Plus Test Strips. I have no idea how long (or even if it will happen) the new insurance prospect will take. I could really use some advice as far as health insurance plans/donations for these supplies/where to get these supplies for very cheap. I cannot, NOT have health insurance. I need it as a clinical rotation requirement for college.
Also, if you have a moment, I would really appreciate a prayer (or a good thought if prayer is not your thing).