Confused About The New Work Requirements For Indiana Medicaid?
Indiana Medicaid now has work or volunteer requirements for many Medicaid recipients. Through their Gateway To Work program these requirements must be met to continue receiving Medicaid unless recipients are exempt. Some exemptions include health status, age, student status, caregiver responsibilities among others.
ClaimAid Patient Resource Advocates Amber Hall and Kylie Barnes are here to help Medicaid recipients who may be confused about these new requirements. There is no cost for any of these meetings where they can:
- Review with you what activities meet the work/volunteer requirement.
- Review your status assigned by Indiana’s Gateway To Work program. If it is incorrect help you correct the status.
- Review with you reasons you might be exempt from the requirements
- Assist in helping you report your hours if you must meet the work/volunteer requirements
Other help they can provide includes:
- Assisting in helping you make your HIP financial contribution to maintain your health insurance
- Reviewing if you may now qualify for a different category of Medicaid.
- If you have no insurance or want to know if you qualify for a secondary coverage assist you to find out what options you have.
- Filing social security disability applications
- Assisting newly pregnant women and children in obtaining healthcare
- Updating status on Obamacare including how to sign up during the year if personal changes have occurred such as losing a job or a new baby.
For your free, confidential appointment call them at 765.599.3146 or 765.599.3179.
Free Help In Applying For Medicaid, HIP 2.0, Obamacare and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program)
A compassionate ClaimAid Patient Advocate is available to help you and your family apply for financial assistance and guide you through the entire process, giving you peace of mind.
Contact us today at 765.599.3146 or 765.599.3179 and find out if you are eligible for any of these programs. Our services are free to all individuals.
Let Us Help You With The Eligibility and Application Process
Completing insurance applications can be difficult. Henry Community Health’s free ClaimAid program is here to help you find programs that could benefit you and your family.
Your ClaimAid advocate will help you:
- Find out if you qualify for financial assistance or even special insurance
- Complete the application
- Check on the status of your application for you
- Answer your questions
- Advise you when you are accepted (or rejected)
Your ClaimAid advocate can help you find out if you qualify for:
- Hoosier Healthwise-Medicaid for low income families, pregnant women, and children
- Healthy Indiana Program (HIP 2.0) for uninsured adult Hoosiers from 19 to 64
- Medicaid for the Aged and Disabled
- The Health Insurance Marketplace (Obamacare)
- Help for undocumented aliens
- Henry County Hospital’s Uncompensated Medical Care Financial Assistance
You may also come to their office located in the Cashier’s Office at Henry Community Health’s Main Campus.