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  • Community Care Services Program

    A Medicaid-waivered program that is an alternative to nursing homes. It provides services, such as home-delivered meals, assistance with bathing, eating, or light errands, and a respite service. To apply, contact the regional AAA center. Content Detail

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    Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Aging Services
  • Do you have a Katie Beckett Medicaid Appeal pending? What to do...

    The medicaid agency is beginning to process Katie Beckett appeals that have been pending. Some appeals have been referred to private attorneys to represent the agency in the appeals. Read More

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
  • Georgia's Katie Beckett Program for Children - What Can You Do If Your Child's Medicaid Coverage Is Being Terminated?

    Georgia children with severe disabilities (mental or physical) can qualify for Medicaid under the so-called Katie Beckett waiver. These children are in families with incomes too high to qualify for other Medicaid. This brochure explains the waiver and rights. Read More

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
  • Medicaid and Other State Insurance Programs

    This presentation was developed as part of the Law and Government Education Project in the Institute of Government at the University of Georgia. In partnership with the Law School and the Center for Teaching and Learning at UGA and the Law School at Mercer University, the Institute develops resources on basic areas of Georgia and federal law. These resources are then distributed across the state in a variety of ways including the State Bar of Georgia?s Pro Bono Project website. We hope you will find this presentation to be useful and informative. Please be advised, however, that this presentation is designed to provide general information only and does not substitute for legal advice. At the conclusion of the presentation you will find a list of organizations which may be able to provide assistance to those who have legal issues relevant to the topic of this presentation. We encourage viewers to contact these organizations for help. Also, please consult the Pro Bono Project website for a list of other presentations available for viewing. Content Detail

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    Spanish / Español
  • Medicaid Program

    The Medicaid Program provides medical benefits to low-income people who have no medical insurance or have inadequate medical insurance. The Federal government establishes general guidelines for the administration of Medicaid benefits. However, specific eligibility requirements to receive Medicaid benefits, as well as the type and scope of services provided, are determined by each individual State. Thus, a person who is eligible for Medicaid in one State may not qualify in another State. You must check with the Medicaid office in the state you live in to confirm your eligibility to receive benefits. Content Detail

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    GovBenefits.gov
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  • Medicare Part D Prescripton Drug Coverage

    Medicare Part D Resources Read More

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
  • Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit

    Information on applying for the Medicare prescription drug benefit Content Detail

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    Medicare.gov
  • Protect your Medicaid rights - Ask for a fair hearing

    This document explains your rights if you have problems with Medicaid, including: (1) the right to receive a written notice when the state plans to cut off your Medicaid, deny you services, or take any other action that is unfavorable to you, (2) the right to 10 days notice before the state cuts off your Medicaid (in almost all cases), and (3) the right to a fair hearing if you disagree with a decision the state makes, you have the right to a fair hearing. A fair hearing is a chance to get state officials to change their decision about your case. Content Detail

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
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    Spanish / Español
    Korean / 한국어
    Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt
    Chinese / 中文
  • The Enhanced Services Project Attorney's Guide to Medicare Savings Programs

    This video reviews the most important things for Enhanced Services Project volunteer attorneys to know about Medicare Savings Programs when following up with Atlanta Legal Aid clients. For more information about income and resource limits, visit: http://ow.ly/VP9Qn. For more information about help with prescription drug coverage, visit: http://ow.ly/VP9RQ. A copy of the DFCS paper application for MSPs can be downloaded here: http://ow.ly/VP9Ud. Read More

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    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • The Self-Help Guide to Medicare Savings Programs

    This video reviews the most important things to know about Medicare Savings Programs in Georgia. For more information about income and resource limits, visit: http://ow.ly/VP9Qn. For more information about help with prescription drug coverage, visit: http://ow.ly/VP9RQ. A copy of the DFCS paper application for MSPs can be downloaded here: http://ow.ly/VP9Ud. Read More

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    Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc
  • What is Medicaid and Who Is it For?

    Medicaid is a jointly funded, Federal-State health insurance program for low-income and needy people. It covers children, the aged, blind, and/or disabled and other people who are eligible to receive federally assisted income maintenance payments. This web site provides basic information and answers to frequently asked questions about Medicaid. Content Detail

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    Social Security Administration
  • You Can Keep Your Own Home and Still Get Medicaid!

    That's right! You do not have to give away your home in order to be eligible for Medicaid. In fact, giving your home away could cause you to be disqualified from receiving Medicaid. Although you may keep your home for as long as you or your spouse are alive, the state may put a lien on your home so it can recover its costs from your estate unless certain exemptions apply. Content Detail

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
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    Korean / 한국어
  • Your Child Should Still Get Medicaid

    Even if social security decides your child is no longer disabled, your child should still get Medicaid. This document contains more information about your child's rights to receive Medicaid. Read More

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
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    Spanish / Español
    Korean / 한국어

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  • Community Care Services Program

    A Medicaid-waivered program that is an alternative to nursing homes. It provides services, such as home-delivered meals, assistance with bathing, eating, or light errands, and a respite service. To apply, contact the regional AAA center. Content Detail

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    Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Aging Services

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Paying for Nursing Home Care (2)+

  • Protect your Medicaid rights - Ask for a fair hearing

    This document explains your rights if you have problems with Medicaid, including: (1) the right to receive a written notice when the state plans to cut off your Medicaid, deny you services, or take any other action that is unfavorable to you, (2) the right to 10 days notice before the state cuts off your Medicaid (in almost all cases), and (3) the right to a fair hearing if you disagree with a decision the state makes, you have the right to a fair hearing. A fair hearing is a chance to get state officials to change their decision about your case. Content Detail

    By:
    Georgia Legal Services Program®
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
    Korean / 한국어
    Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt
    Chinese / 中文
  • You Can Keep Your Own Home and Still Get Medicaid!

    That's right! You do not have to give away your home in order to be eligible for Medicaid. In fact, giving your home away could cause you to be disqualified from receiving Medicaid. Although you may keep your home for as long as you or your spouse are alive, the state may put a lien on your home so it can recover its costs from your estate unless certain exemptions apply. Content Detail

    By:
    Georgia Legal Services Program®
    Read this in:
    Korean / 한국어