My MEDICARE premiums will not be paid by the State of Georgia anymore, part B. The Social Security Administration told me to call the DFCS in Thomasville Georgia, where I live.I’m trying to find out why this has happened. I really need help with this, the premium for my Part B is 174.90.

A) I understand that you’re concerned about the state of Georgia no longer paying your Medicare Part B premium and that you’re looking for help understanding why and navigating this situation. Here’s what I can offer:

Understanding the Change:

Unfortunately, I don’t have enough information to definitively say why the state stopped covering your premium. There could be several reasons, including:

  • Changes in eligibility: Your income or resources may have exceeded the limits for the program you were enrolled in.
  • Program changes: The state’s program itself may have changed or been discontinued.
  • Processing error: There could be an error in your case that needs to be addressed.

Getting Help:

The best course of action is to follow the Social Security Administration’s advice and contact the DFCS in Thomasville, Georgia. They can access your case information and provide specific answers about why your coverage stopped and what options you have. Here’s the contact information:

  • DFCS Thomasville Service Center:
    • Phone: (229) 227-7230
    • Address: 1401 Remington Ave, Thomasville, GA 31792
    • Website: <invalid URL removed>: <invalid URL removed>

Additional Resources:

Here are some additional resources that may be helpful:

I hope this information helps! Remember, you’re not alone in this, and there are resources available to assist you.

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