Adult Medicaid

Adult Medicaid is a program that helps with medical bills such as doctor fees; prescription drugs, hospital charges, and nursing home care for people who qualify that are aged, disabled or blind. Income and resource limits apply. No money is paid to the client. The client receives a Medicaid Identification Card through the mail to show to the health care providers. Medicaid can also cover medical bills from up to 3 months prior to the month of application and in which there is a medical need.

We have two Adult Medicaid units:
Private Living Arrangement
Special Assistance & Long-Term Care

Our units help the elderly and disabled adults in applying and/or receiving the assistance that will help with medical bills, long-term care, or rest home care.

For more information, please visit the DMA (Division of Medical Assistance website.

For more information, please visit our Adult Medicaid FAQs page.