Insurance won’t pay for her to see

I have a single disabled female who is low income, who lives everyday trying to manage her depression, anxiety and severe back problems who is a participant in CAP's homeless to housing program for quite a few years now. She has been without glasses for quite some time because her insurance does not cover bi-focal. She was able to have an exam recently because her sight has gotten worse and found a place that offered discount and is seeking the cost of the bifocals so she can read and see accordingly. Any and all help would be appreciated, the bifocals will likely reduce the headaches she experiences and when she feels healthy her mood can always be healthier when dealing with depression. $142.23 is the cost of the glasses.

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