Q) Can you get medicaid if you are a disabled veteran
A) Yes, you can get Medicaid if you are a disabled veteran. Medicaid is a government program that provides health insurance to low-income individuals and families. To be eligible for Medicaid, you must meet certain income and asset requirements. You must also be a resident of the state where you are applying for Medicaid.
If you are a disabled veteran, you may be eligible for Medicaid even if your income and assets are above the normal eligibility limits. This is because the government recognizes that veterans with disabilities may have difficulty paying for health insurance.
To apply for Medicaid, you must contact your state’s Medicaid office. You can find the contact information for your state’s Medicaid office on the Medicaid website. When you contact your state’s Medicaid office, you will need to provide some basic information about yourself, such as your name, date of birth, and Social Security number. You will also need to provide information about your income and assets.
Once you have provided this information, your state’s Medicaid office will be able to determine if you are eligible for Medicaid. If you are eligible, you will be able to receive the health insurance you need to stay healthy.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind about getting Medicaid if you are a disabled veteran:
- You may be eligible for Medicaid even if your income and assets are above the normal eligibility limits.
- You must be a resident of the state where you are applying for Medicaid.
- You may be asked to provide documentation to support your income and asset information.
If you have any questions about getting Medicaid if you are a disabled veteran, you should contact your state’s Medicaid office.
According to Vets101 website: If you qualify for Medicaid while you also get health coverage through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or TRICARE, that’s fine. You can get Medicaid and coverage as a veteran at the same time, which can help reduce your medical expenses.
One common reason to do this is that Medicaid covers some procedures and services that your benefits as a veteran may not cover. For example, Medicaid may cover long-term care services you need. Another reason people want Medicaid is that it gives you more options for medical providers. This can be especially important if you are not satisfied with the attention you are getting at a veterans hospital.
If you apply for Medicaid while you are getting health coverage as a veteran, make sure to let your state’s Medicaid program know when you apply, so that you can make sure that the appropriate program always pays for the right services.