Bennettsville SC Medicaid Food Stamp and Welfare Office administrates your local program under South Carolina State guidelines. Medicaid provides health care for low income people. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Food Stamps helps low-income families buy food. While Welfare program (TANF) give assistance to those who have little or no income.
|Marlboro County DHHS
Post Office Box 1074
Department Of Social ServicesAddress:
Marlboro County DSS
Marlboro County DSS
(843) 479-7181 Main
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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
State Medicaid – Food Stamp Office Locations
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Q) I’m currently not employed and I am receiving workers compensation checks every week,but the checks will stop as soon as my treating injury doctor releases to work somewhere again. I don’t have any other health insurance even though last job offered insurance of the Hippa plan. I can’t afford it since it has extremely moreContinue Reading
Q) Applied for Medicaid in October was wondering. When I would receive my insurance card? A) Please call your local medicaid office and enquirer about your insurance card.
Q) Can your food stamps and Medicaid be transferred from one state to the next. A) The rules for Medicaid and Food Stamp eligibility are different for each state. You need to visit your state website and your to be transferred state medicaid website and view their rules and requirements.
Q) Can Medicaid be obtained for a child that has residential custody in another state? A) The rules for Medicaid eligibility are different for each state. Most states offer coverage for adults with children below a certain income level, as well as pregnant women, some seniors, and people with disabilities. You need to visit yourContinue Reading
Q) What documents need to be submitted with the application for Medicaid? Bank statements, etc? Are W2′s necessary? If self employed and you have no pay check stubs, what all is needed to accompany the application? A) The rules for Medicaid eligibility are different for each state. Most states offer coverage for adults with children below aContinue Reading
Q) My 94 year old mother who is in very poor health has been getting home care (now around the clock) for 7 years. She is living in a relatives home and paying half the home expenses. Based upon her expenses VS. assets, she will be broke in April 2015. Her current net worth isContinue Reading
Q) Did I hear there is open enrollment for Medicaid? A) With the new health care law significant changes to Medicaid and CHIP will take effect on January 1, 2014. You may well qualify after January 1, 2014. In the mean time I recommend you inquire on the new requirements for your state that will take effectContinue Reading
Q) What is the maximum amount an 82 year old person cc an have coming in per month before it is too much for medicaid. He has around 3200.$ in savings. Please tell me we want him to pass in his apartment not in a nursing home. A) The Affordable Care Act of 2010, signed byContinue Reading
Q) I’m a 41 year old full time college student living off my Pell grant. I have to have a biopsy done to see if I may or may not have lymphoma. I have applied to Obama Care and cannot afford the premiums or the deductible. When I go into my local Medicaid office they saidContinue Reading
Q) I need to find out what the requirement is for four dependents for medicaid and chips and food stamps. A) The Affordable Care Act of 2010, signed by President Obama on March 23, 2010, creates a national Medicaid minimum eligibility level of 133% of the federal poverty level ($11490 X 133%) = 15287.70. You are justContinue Reading