Insulin Pump Program (aka NSIPP; IPP)
Provided by: Government of Nova Scotia - Department of Health and Wellness (aka DHW)Update This Listing Print
* COVID-19 UPDATE - Government services have been affected by COVID-19 * Visit website for information on service delivery during the pandemic https://novascotia.ca/dhw/
Provides financial assistance to help offset the cost of an insulin pump and/or supplies.
Program is based on family income, and family size. Families with lower incomes will receive the most help.
Website provides a co-payment pump calculator, answers to frequently asked questions, and downloadable applications forms.
Permanent Nova Scotia residents with type 1 diabetes * Ages 25 years and younger * Income criteria apply - See website for details
Medical eligibility must be met through an NSIPP-approved Diabetes Centre
Insulin Pump Program
Nova Scotia Insulin Pump Program
PO Box 9700
Halifax, NS B3K 6R8
Call or email for information * Complete the appropriate application forms
Valid Nova Scotia Health Card * Most recent Notice of Assessment
Yes * Annual co-pay based on household income and number of dependents
English * Translation services may be available
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