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So, my parents are going through a divorce and long story short my dad and I don't speak so he took me off his insurance plan. It was an extremely good one, I could get everything I need, and now I have nothing.
I'm really unsure about what my options are, I have a difficult time understanding some of the things I try to look up online. I know one of my friends gets free birth control (which I'd like to get back on) through some plan, but that doesn't really solve all my problems.
I mostly want insurance so I can go to weekly therapy, and despite on-campus counseling being available it's free so that means you only get so many visits. I can't afford to pay full price by the hour, obviously, and it's all just upsetting to me. I think that the on-campus counseling center can actually get me medication, but I'm not sure how much and obviously when I run out they're not going to just keep giving it to me. There's really nothing long term I can do.
Any other college students on any kind of independent plans? I've checked my University's website (iup.edu) up and down and I can't find anything about insurance, so I've already looked there. Google is just confusing me.