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Answered: My mother paid me rent will that disqualify her for medicaid

NO!, she would have to pay someone rent to live. Now if YOU are receiving some kind of government assistance, then you would have to look into it for yourself.

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Answered: My mother-in-law had medicaid but now it is inactivate. How does she go

Have her call social security hotline. I THINK the number is 1-800-772-1213. They should be able to help her contact the right people.

Answered: How can i find proof that i am on medicaid share ...

contact Society Security...they will help you

Answered: Medicaid for the elderly

Medicaid is inefficient program if you are expecting assistance for long term care. Please be reminded that this program is specially designed for people below poverty level. if you have assets more than Medicaid's asset limit, you are compelled to spend all your assets first. This is one of the ...
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My mother was placed on Medicaid in Oct of 2007 ...

Kat, You are not responsible for your mother's bills. You do not have to pay the pharmacy one dime. The pharmacy can file a claim with your mother's estate. If your mother left any money behind, creditors have 6 months to file a claim with the estate. If they don't file a claim, they don't get ...

Where to mail application for medicaid in new york

http://www.health.state.ny.us/health_care/medicaid/

Medicaid qualifications from state to state

There is no reciprocity between states, but the regulations from state to state are usually similar enough that someone who has qualified in one state should be able to qualify in another. If, however, the qualification in the first state required advanced planning and attorney assistance for ...