Contact your insurance provider to find out if they will reimburse you for the cost of your safety helmet.
If someone in your family has special needs, and can not afford to buy a safety helmet, there are resources available that may help cover the cost of protective head gear.
Contact the hospital where you recieve treatment or and ask for the social worker. They can tell you if there is a program available to help cover the cost of protective head gear.
National Hemophilia Foundation for all bleeding and clotting disorders
If you have epilepsy, contact your local epilepsy foundation to find out if they offer financial assistance for head protection.
The Autism Society has chapters in nearly every state reaching out to individuals with autism and their families with information, support, and encouragement.
Cure Glanzmann's Foundation will help pay for protective head gear for those diagnosed with Glanzmann's Thrombasthenia, platelet function disorder.