ADULT MEDICAID AND LONG TERM CARE MEDICAID PROGRAMS

Adult Medicaid is health insurance for low-income individuals, seniors, and people with disabilities. Eligibility is based on your family’s monthly income and resources that are owned. To receive Medicaid for disability or blindness, you must be evaluated by a doctor. Adult Medicaid covers individuals living at home in a Private Living Arrangement (PLA) or individuals in Long Term Care (LTC) living arrangements. The Medicare Savings Program is a limited assistance Adult Medicaid program for individuals enrolled in Medicare Part A and/or Part B. The Medicare Savings Program can help pay for Medicare premiums, coinsurance, and deductibles. Click here for more information regarding the different types of Adult Medicaid and Long Term Care Medicaid programs.

APPLYING FOR ADULT MEDICAID & LONG TERM CARE PROGRAMS:
ADULT MEDICAID & LTC RECERTIFICATIONS AND CHANGES:

When information is required to complete your Adult Medicaid or Long Term Care Recertification or changes, documents must be returned by the due date on the request sent to you. Documents can be mailed in, dropped off using the DSS drop boxes located outside of the DSS building or dropped off in the drop box inside DSS building 1.

For more information contact: 919-989-5300

RELATED LINKS:

Report Child Abuse/Neglect

Monday through Friday 8 am through 5 pm (919) 989-5300
After hours, weekends and holidays, please call 911 or (919) 989-5000

Report Adult Abuse/Neglect

Monday through Friday 8 am through 5 pm (919) 989-5300
After hours, weekends and holidays, please call 911 or (919) 989-5000

Domestic ViolenceCall 911 or (919) 989-5000
Food Stamps(FNS)(919) 989-5300
Medicaid(919) 989-5300
Temporary Assistance Needy Families (TANF)(919) 989-5300
Child Care(919) 989-5300
Child Protection(919) 989-5300
Adult Protection(919) 989-5300
Foster Parenting(919) 989-5300
Transportation(919) 989-5300