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usa-mapMedicaid provides health care for low income people. This government program is administered by states, according to federal requirements. Mandatory benefits include services like inpatient and outpatient hospital services, physician services, laboratory and x-ray services, and home health services, among others. States establish and administer their own Medicaid programs and determine the type, amount, duration, and scope of services within broad federal guidelines. Optional benefits include services like prescription drugs, case management, physical therapy, and occupational therapy Medicaid provides health coverage to millions of Americans, including eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities. The program is funded jointly by states and the federal government. Federal law requires states to provide certain “mandatory” benefits and allows states the choice of covering other “optional” benefits.




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ASK YOUR MEDICAID QUESTION

Medicaidoffice.us was created to help US Citizens find their local Medicaid and Social Service offices and provide general information about social service benefits. Other low income benefit programs such as 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.

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How To Apply For Medicaid

There are 2 ways to apply for medicaid

  1.  Apply through your state Medicaid agency. You can apply directly through your state Medicaid agency website or visit your local medicaid office.
  2. Apply for medicaid through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Just visit healthcare.gov and fill out an application for your state benefits.

Find Your State Medicaid – Food Stamp Office Location

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  1. I Debra Jane B*****y was granted by a disability judge and a Florida rep. On my S.S. disability. 2009 both came to a desion I was fully disabled and granted SSI and SSD. Medicare Medicaid with 0 out of pocket. Plus extra help on food and anything else like know I need housing. I haven’t talked to the women who gave birth to me. Acholic problems finding from my dieing father I was possible a fetal acholal syndrome baby. Like my sister born 1969 died 2 days later. Stacy’s prenatal doctor told Ray B***** his wife was over the limit he had to put straight acholal in her iv so giving birth would not die with brain hemeragr. 2009 s.s.judge an state of Florida both agreed I’m not able to work any form of job then or in future there was an won’t be a career minded job I am capable of doing. And I was to have a rep. From follow me through to keep me on track with disability money and Medicare Medicaid benefits. Not to go off my income it was below proverty level to service. DCF people at front desk wouldn’t help me with paper work to keep my food and Medicaid going an any extra help. I’m all alone went to S.s. office women snapped a me. Look at what you made $9.000 the most ,$12000.00. u won’t get but what u put in from working. And told me I was wasting her time for next person in line. But there was no one in line they had closed. It’s still very hard to explain things do to memory loss. From another head injury cause I close head cunncusion syndrome. I’ve come up with more signs of cancer starting on my cervics 5 burning surgery’s total. Gastropersis with constapztion. I can not absorb protien properly red blood cells drop. Centary clinical had me set up right. And insurance etc changed my mother had put me on wrong Humana medication plan. DCF tells me my $776.00 is over limit to have disability Medicaid. Plus someone made a mistake in papers I was zNOT MARRIED WHEN BEEN IT’S STARTED WAS NOT WITH BRYAN D****. DAVORCED HM 1999. !ICKED HIM OUT HE MADE $2’000 IN 2006 THEN WITH PAIN MEDS HE KEPT GETTNG HE CONTINUED TO GET HURT ON JBS SUEWING THE BUSSINESS FOR MONEY OR WORKMEN COMP. MY BACK PSY VROM 2005 TO 2009 SHOULD OF NOT BEEN TSKEN AWAY THAT MAN WASNT SUPPORTING ME.2020 I LIVED IN OCALA. 2012, 2013 DHATEDAPT WIRH DAUGJTER. HAD NO PLACE TO GO DO I KEPT ENDED UP AT MY MOMS 2007,2013,2014.3015 FOUND A FRIEND MOVED IN ROOM 2016,3017. KNOW I NEED TO FIND ANOTHER PLACE. TRIED HOUXING WAS OR THOUGHT CAUZE OPEN QUICKER COULD GET INTO APT. IN ORANGE PARK FL.JAXSONVILLE. I DONT KNOW HOW IT WORKS. IM JUST ASKING TO HELP FIX MY MEDICARE MEDICAID BACK.O OUT F POCKET WITH DENTAL VISION COUNCILING. I HAVE TWO TEETH WITH HOLES HURYS BAD ONE IS IM TO BE PUT TO SLEEP SURGEON TO GO THROUGH NOSE CUT ROOT FROM TOOTH SEW UP SND THEN CUT GUM TSKE REST OF BROKEN TOOTH AN ROOT OUT RELASE BONE MAROL TO BE FITTED WITH PARCHELS. AN BOTTOM IS ROOT CSNAL CROWN. ALSO HAVE MALFACIAL SYNDROME WITH A UNDET DEVELOPED JAW. CANT FND SURGEON TO FIX THAT TO STOP HEADACHES, JAW POP, HARD TO EAT MEAT CHEWY THING. SPEECH I HABE TO CORRECT. PLEASE CAN YOU SEND THID TO RIGHT PERSON SO I CAN BACK ON TRACK.AN HOW TO GET INFO A APT HOUSING EXSOENCE. WAS GETTING S.S.I. AN S.S.D. BEEN LOST for few yrs.my case name at time was under (Derr) fnelly got my maiden name granted back.

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State Medicaid – Food Stamp Office Locations

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