CPC Scholarships for Your Medical Coding Career
Coding Clarified offers our online medical coding programs to help you improve your life. As part of that, we’re here to help you find financial assistance through online medical coding scholarships and online medical coding grants.
Starting a new career for your mental health or to stay closer to your family can be expensive, especially in CPC careers in which certifications are needed. Coding Clarified is here to make sure that your attempt to step forward doesn’t move you two steps back.
Your state workforce services program likely offers medical coding scholarships and medical coding grants, and we’ve partnered with many local workforce service programs to help provide them to you. All you have to do is find your state below, and we’ll help you take the steps to figure out if you qualify for one of your state’s medical coding and CPC scholarships.
Why We Help
Coding Clarified was started by our founder, Janine, because discovering medical coding allowed her to live her ideal life and stay with her children while providing for them from home. Becoming a certified CPC and CPC-I allowed her to go from living paycheck to paycheck to a comfortable lifestyle with her children.
Janine pulled herself up all on her own, but she realized that with her knowledge, she could give others in her shoes a helping hand. Janine started Coding Clarified in 2015 with the goal of making it easier for you to obtain this certification and get into a career that can provide you and yours with financial security and the option of working from home.
How to Get Help
Most states offer help for those who want to obtain CPC certification for a better career. We’ve partnered with those states to make the process easier for you, detailing the steps you need to take in plain, easy-to-understand language meant to take the intimidation out of applying for this kind of help in your state.
If you can’t find your state on our list, email our Workforce Director Sharon Lins @ [email protected].
Coding Clarified does not determine eligibility nor do we know what the eligibility criteria is. Each state differs in their determination requirements and to prevent Coding Clarified in finding people in the appropriate class the states do not release any type of eligibility criteria righteously so.
- Find state in alphabetic list
- Locate your local workforce area
- Contact them
- Inform them you want to be a medical coder through Coding Clarified an approved ETPL Training Provider of theirs
- Ask the next steps in determining your eligibility?
- Email [email protected] your training voucher
- Fill out grant instructions form sent via email after Janine received your training voucher via email
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
Contact your local workforce training center. Let them know that you are wanting to become a medical coder and ask them the next steps in determining eligibility. Inform them that you have a medical coding training school in mind, Coding Clarified, which is on their eligible training provider list. The CIP code for Arizona is Arizona CIP 510713. This number is what Az utilizes for us as their training provider.
Take a look at More information about our Arizona Program here.
Call the CA Workforce at 800-758-0398 and request Coding Clarified LLC for Oakland, N. California area. Click below to see more information.
To locate our listing, click below to locate our listing and go to the green “More Career Services” button. On the following page, click on “Eligible Training Provider List”. Sort alphabetically by clicking on the “Provider” title on the third column over. You will find Coding Clarified on page 41.
Call the local workforce in your area tell them you are wanting to become a medical coder through an approved training provider on Colorado’s Eligible Training Provider List, called Coding Clarified and are wanting to see if you qualify to utilize the WIOA Grant for funding. Ask them what the next steps are in determining your eligibility. Click on the link below for a list of all the work force offices in your state.
Contact the closest workforce career center in your area. Inform the representative you would like to identify if you qualify for eligibility for the WIOA Grant. Ask what your next steps are in determining the eligibility criteria for the WIOA Grant.
Call the local workforce and let them know that you want to become a medical coder through an approved training provider on the Idaho Eligible Training Provider List, called Coding Clarified and wanting to see if you qualify to utilize the WIOA Grant for the funding. Ask them what the next steps are in determining your eligibility. Anyone 26 and over call EQUUS 1-877-244-4468. Click on the link below for a list of all the work force offices in your state.
Please be aware that there are MANY payment options and tuition assistance available such as federal CARES Act funding (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security), scholarships, interest-free payment plans, funding through the Qualified Worker Program and more.
If the Workforce counselor can’t find Coding Clarified LLC as an approved training provider, they can contact either Gabriela Ore [email protected] or Anne Hogan at [email protected] both who are aware of the issue of Coding Clarified not showing up on the website and vouch that Coding Clarified LLC is a participating provider.
An interested student can go into their closest area workforce area and start the eligibility screening process. Website link approved for area LWIA 7.
Choose the closest city or county on the map on the website and then contact the Workforce phone number assigned to that area. There is a general info number for IN Workforce center (888) 436-9092 but do not call unless you know what city/county you belong to. Please notate that there are multiple grant opportunities in Indiana and the two links listed are for different grants which means if you don’t qualify for one try the other. When you contact the work force center closest to you inquire about the WIOA Training and request a screening eligibility interview.
- Click the link below.
- Once you are on the site click the get started now button.
- Complete the short online survey and follow the steps outlined in the automated email that follows
- Connect with your training provider (ask if you need to file the FAFSA)
- Enroll in a qualifying program at an approved training provider
You will need to work directly with the Title I Service Provider in your Local Workforce Development Area (LWDA). Des Moines Iowa is their main workforce. Call 515-281-9619 and they can direct you to the closest workforce area to begin the eligibility process. Click on the button below for Iowa’s LWDA website.
Click here for our listing. Go to the turquoise box towards the bottom of the page and click on “Explore-Services”. It will open a new page, click on “Education Services”. On the next page, click on “ETPL Approved Programs”, the 3rd option down. This brings you to a spreadsheet, click on the 3rd column, ”Provider” it will alphabetize the providers. Coding Clarified LLC is on the 3rd page, 15 down.
Find your nearest American Job Center and contact them. You will meet with a case manager to discuss an employment plan and enrollment into a WIOA program.
Contact your local workforce training center. Let them know your wanting to become a medical coder and ask them the next steps in determining eligibility. Inform them that Coding Clarified is the chosen training school in mind on their eligible training provider list. Here is the link showing us on the eligible training provider list. https://etpl.ky.gov/etpl/SearchProgram.aspx
This WIOA scholarship is for youth considered out of school – meaning not enrolled in high school or college at time of enrollment. Ages 16-24 are eligible. Here are the eligibility barriers to qualify for scholarship.
1. A high school dropout
2. Youth within age of compulsory school attendance, but has not attended school for at last the most recent complete school year calendar quarter
3. An offender
4. Low income individual and is either: basic skills deficient or an English language learner
5. Homeless / runaway
6. In foster care/ aged out of foster care
7. Pregnant/ Parenting
8. Has a disability
If you meet one of these criterias, click the button below to find your local workforce area. Call them to and start the eligibility, screening & enrollment process. Here is our listing.
Call the local workforce, tell them that you are wanting to become a medical coder through an approved training provider on Idaho’s reciprocal agreement with Montana, called Coding Clarified and wanting to see if you qualify to utilize the WIOA Grant for the funding. Ask what the next steps are in determining your eligibility. Reiterate that Coding Clarified is an approved training provider on Idaho Eligible Training Provider List and that Montana has a reciprocal agreement. Here is the link to provide the representative if they are unaware of the agreement in place.
You need to call/email the local workforce and tell them that you are wanting to become a medical coder through an approved training provider on Arizona’s reciprocal agreement with Nevada called Coding Clarified and that you are wanting to see if you qualify to utilize the WIOA Grant for the funding. Ask them what the next steps are in determining your eligibility. Reiterate that Coding Clarified is an approved training provider on Arizona’s eligible training provider list and that Nevada has a reciprocal agreement. Here is the link to provide the representative if they are unaware of the agreement in place.
SOUTH CAROLINA (Approved in some areas)
Pending in other areas of the state. Contact the MidLands Workforce Center at (803)737-5627 to start the eligibility screening and sign-up process.
For all other areas, go in-person to one of the Workforce Centers near you and ask to apply for WIOA.
512 Michelin Blvd
Anderson, SC 29625
Telephone: (864) 260-6780 (TTY:711)
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 5:00pm
1376 Tiger Blvd
Clemson, SC 29631
Telephone: (864) 643-0071
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 5:00pm
1776 Powdersville Rd
Easley, SC 29642
Telephone: (864) 220-8990
Monday – Tuesday, 8:30AM – 12:00PM, 1:00PM – 5:00PM
104 Vocational Dr
Seneca, SC 29672
Telephone: (864) 646-1741
Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 1:00PM, 2:00PM – 5:00PM
To left of page click on statewide centers to bring up WIOA map for South Carolina
Student chooses Midlands or Worklink from map:
Midlands website: https://www.scworksmidlands.org/
Brings up page-click on Find Training Opportunities in blue bar next page scroll down to WIOA and the student screening process is detailed for student.
Worklink website: http://www.worklinkweb.com.
Choose Job Seekers Tab then next page blue tab to the left click on Training Services.
Contact your local workforce. Let them know you would like to become a medical coder through an approved training provider called Coding Clarified. Ask them the next steps in determining eligibility for any grant funding they have available.
Click on Community Workforce Partners Tab
Then click on link Career Schools & College Resources
Then under Research Post-Secondary Schools & Colleges
click on the pink link Search the TWC Directory of Licensed Schools & Colleges brings you to search engine choose Course then type in School Name Coding Clarified LLC and then under Course Area of Study Dropdown choose Medical Insurance coding Specialist/Coding then hit search. Will bring up Coding Clarified Provider#10245.
Also, on this page is a list all Texas Workforce Regions and contacts for a student to make an eligibility screening appointment.
If you don’t have an account created, create one at Jobs.utah.gov. On their site, on the right hand side click sign in, on the drop down menu go to my job search. Once you are logged in, click on apply for training services, fill out the application. Once the application is submitted, 3-5 days later a counselor will contact you via email and/or by phone. If you haven’t heard anything in 3 business days then you can call 801-526-0950.
When a career counselor contacts you via telephone, say that you are interested in the WIOA Grant funding and that you have a school In mind, Coding Clarified. Tell them that Coding Clarified is an approved training provider on Idaho Eligible Training Provider List and that Utah has a reciprocal agreement. Here is the link to provide the representative if they are unaware of the agreement in place.
Call your local office and inform them that you want to become a medical coder through the WIOA Grant with an approved training provider on Idaho’s reciprocal agreement with Washington, called Coding Clarified. Reiterate that Coding Clarified is an approved training provider on the Idaho Eligible Training Provider List and that Washington has a reciprocal agreement. Here is the link to provide the representative if they are unaware of the agreement in place.
Click on the link below for a list of all the work force offices in your state.
Individuals interested in receiving employment and training services through WIOA should contact their local Job Center to determine eligibility for the program. Click on the link below for a list of all the job center offices in your state.