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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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502 Responses to Do you have a Question about Medicaid?

  1. I have a question about what can be bought on Medicaid. I have noticed when I am in line people purchasing items like, bakery cakes and coca colas. I was under the impression that medicaid was for the essentially for survival. I do not consider birthday cakes a exxential item. Please inform me about what my tax dollars will cover. I do not have a problem with providing a lone star card for those in need but I do not like to see it abused.

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I am about 23 weeks pregnant, quit my job due to health complications, need to apply for medicaid ASAP

Q) My name is Heather. I am about 23 weeks pregnant and haven’t been to the doctor yet due to not having any income, insurance or transportation. I was forced to quit my job due to health complications during the earlier weeks of my pregnancy and planned to get an abortion but finances disallowed me that option. Now that I’m too far along for an abortion and must carry the child to term, I am in need of assistance. I don’t have a phone to call on but I can text from phone number 8*******681 or can be reached via email at i**********r0@gmail.com. I no longer have a form of transportation as of yesterday morning so I’m limited on travel. Will you please contact me so that I may apply for medicaid service ASAP? I’m due on January 21, 2016 so I’m limited on time as well. Thank you. respectfully heather

A) Medicaid is a government sponsored health insurance program for low-income families who have no medical insurance or inadequate insurance. All states offer Medicaid or a program similar to Medicaid to help pregnant women receive adequate prenatal and postpartum care. The general guidelines for eligibility for Medicaid are set by the Federal government; however each state sets up their own specific requirements for eligibility and these can differ from state to state. As a low income pregnant or young mother, please contact your local medicaid or social service office and apply for Medicaid.




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One Response to I was checking to see way my snap benfits are no on my csrd

  1. I put an Application for Food Stamps over Amonth ago.I haven’t heard from the food stamp office yet. How long does it take to here from you.

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I just moved to El Paso, TX from Florida where I had Medicaid for myself and two daughters. Can it be switched over to Texas?

Q) I just moved to El Paso, TX from Florida where I had Medicaid for myself and two daughters. Can it be switched over to Texas? A) Seeing that you already had medicaid in another state you may qualify for benefits in your new state. Please visit your state medicaid benefits office or website and apply as… Continue Reading

My daughter got pregnant does she qualify for Medicaid insurance has a part time job single lives at home

Q) My daughter got pregnant does she qualify for Medicaid insurance has a part time job single lives at home A) States have the option to extend Medicaid coverage to pregnant women up to or over 185% and most states have done so. In addition, some states have medically needy programs, which allow pregnant women with incomes… Continue Reading

Want to do was transfer my insurance from my current carrier to another carrier on the exchange.

Q) I have a question. I applied for Medicaid as a part of the process to obtain insurance through the exchange, fully expecting to be denied because I have too many assets, but I still need the denial from Medicaid in order to proceed with the application for insurance through the exchange. I reviewed my application to… Continue Reading

How do I go about getting transferred to Medicaid in Missouri?

Q) My son & I are moving to Richmond, Missouri. My son has SSI and receives health care through Georgia Medicaid now. How do I go about getting him transferred to Medicaid in Missouri–Likewise for food stamps. Where do I get a list of psychiatrists and family practice physicians who accept Medicaid; preferably in or… Continue Reading

My medicaid is based on boyfriends income,will i have to re-apply after marring?

Q) My medicaid is based on my boyfriends income since we live together. we want to get married. Will i have to re-apply for medicaid after we get married? A) The rules for Medicaid eligibility are different for each state. Most states offer coverage for adults below a certain income level and people with disabilities. You need… Continue Reading

State Medicaid – Food Stamp Office Locations

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