There are public and private organizations in the US that offer a free eye exam and glasses. Infants can be seen for free within the first year of life by InfantSEE, a national public health program. Medicaid is a federal-state public health program that takes care of all eligible children from low-income families. The Children's Health Insurance Program is a state-federal partnership that provides low-cost health insurance for children who receive free eye exams. VISION USA provides free eye exams to adults without insurance and from low-income families. EyeCare America is a public service program providing free eye exams for eligible seniors. The Lions Clubs International also financially assists patients to get eye care via its local clubs. Others include Eyes of Hope (free eye care and new glasses), New Eyes (for poor children and adults), VSP Global’s Eyes of Hope, Sight for Students (low-income families without insurance), etc.