If your job moved overseas or if you were laid off because imported products are replacing the product your company makes, you could be eligible to have the government pay up to 80 percent of your health-care costs for up to three years.
This is called the Trade Adjustment Assistance Reform Act and 146,983 people took advantage of the benefit between October 2006 to September 2007.
Before February 2009, the government assisted with 65 percent of insurance costs. The government has increased that to 80 percent until January 2011.
Visit Public Health Clinics or Hospitals
If you need medical care and can't afford it, Johnson says check out public health clinics or hospitals in your area.
For information on health care for the uninsured, please check out the resource links below.
And if you're having problems with your insurance or health care let "GMA" know by clicking here.
Lost your job? Find out how you can get covered by clicking here.
Get the facts about finding health insurance in your state by clicking here.
See if you are eligible for free or low cost medicine at the Partnership for Prescription Assistance by clicking here.
Get a complete U.S. directory of health-care options by clicking here.
This helpful glossary of terms can help you make sense of your health-care options.
Your kids have a lot of health-care options. Click here for more information.