Legal notices
  • Christian Healthcare Ministries (hereinafter “CHM”),a not-for-profit religious organization, is not an insurance company. No ministry operations or publications are offered through or operated by an insurance company. CHM does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be shared or assigned to others for financial gifts. Whether any CHM member chooses to share the burden of your medical bills will be entirely voluntary. As such, CHM should never be considered as a substitute for an insurance policy. Whether you receive any financial gifts for medical expenses and whether CHM continues to operate, you are always liable for any unpaid bills.

  • Especially for Florida Residents:

    A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free, within the state of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State of Florida. 1-800-435-7352 Our Florida registration number is SC-03543. CHM has not retained any professional solicitors or professional fundraising consultants and 100% of each contribution is received by our organization.

  • Especially for Kentucky Residents:

    Notice: CHM is not an insurance company. CHM’s related operations and publications are not issued by an insurance company and they are not offered through an insurance company. CHM does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be shared or assigned to others for financial gifts. Whether any member chooses to share the burden of your medical bills will be totally voluntary. CHM should never be considered as a substitute for an insurance policy. Whether you receive any gifts for medical expenses, and whether or not CHM continues to operate, you will always remain liable for any unpaid bills.

  • Especially for Maryland Residents:

    Notice: CHM is not an insurance company. CHM’s related operations and publications are not issued by or offered through an insurance company. CHM does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be shared or assigned to others for financial gifts. No other member will be compelled to contribute toward the cost of your medical bills. Therefore, CHM should never be considered a substitute for an insurance policy. This activity is not regulated by the Maryland Insurance Administration, and your liabilities are not covered by the Maryland Life and Health Guarantee Fund. Whether or not you receive any financial gifts for medical expenses and whether or not CHM continues to operate, you are always liable for any unpaid bills.

  • Especially for Oklahoma Residents:

    This is not an insurance policy. It is a voluntary program that is neither approved, endorsed or regulated by the Oklahoma Department of Insurance and the program is not guaranteed under the Oklahoma Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association.

  • Especially for Pennsylvania Residents:

    Notice: CHM is not an insurance company. CHM’s related operations and publications are not issued by or offered through an insurance company. CHM does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be shared or assigned to others for financial gifts. Whether any member chooses to share the burden of your medical bills will be totally voluntary. As such, CHM should never be considered as a substitute for insurance. Whether you receive any financial gifts for medical expenses, and whether or not CHM continues to operate, you are always liable for any unpaid bills.

  • Especially for South Dakota Residents:

    CHM is not an insurance company. CHM’s program is not an insurance contract. This plan does not fall under the jurisdiction of the South Dakota Division of Insurance and the plan is not covered under the South Dakota guaranty fund.

  • Especially for Wisconsin Residents:

    Attention: CHM is not an insurance company. CHM’s related operations and publications are not issued by or offered through an insurance company. CHM does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be shared or assigned to others for financial gifts. Whether any member chooses to share the burden of your medical bills is entirely voluntary. CHM should never be considered as a substitute for an insurance policy. Whether or not you receive any financial gifts for medical expenses, and whether or not CHM continues to operate, you will always remain responsible for the payment of your own medical bills.