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Your Complete Guide to Medicaid in PA

Receive continuous support from a loved one by employing a family member or friend for your care needs. They'll earn an income while providing you with heartfelt assistance.

See if you're eligible!

Which role fits you best?

A few ways you can apply for medicaid:


Act 150 Program

Discover healthcare policies tailored to your needs at Pennsylvania's authorized Health Plan Marketplace.

Effortlessly assess expenses and benefits to identify the most suitable plan for you.

PA State of Health

Managed Care (MCO)

An MCO is a group of doctors and hospitals that work together to care for you.

You can find a local MCO that suits your medical needs and preferences.

MCO Resources

Local DHS Office

Your nearby Department of Human Services office can help with healthcare and more.

They guide you through processes like applying for Medicaid simply and easily.

your local office

Medicaid Helpline

Questions about Medicaid? Simply give them a call! We provided the number below.

They'll give you clear answers and help you know what steps to take.


Updated Medicaid Eligibility Criteria for 2023 in PA

Medicaid via Marketplace

For those obtaining Medicaid through the Marketplace:

Individuals: Can earn up to $2,742 per month.

Couples: Can earn up to $5,484 per month ($2,742 / month per spouse).

For a more in-depth look at these income levels:

Medicaid Planning Assistance

Do You Have This Medicaid Card?

Having a Pennsylvania Medicaid card is your key to a wide range of healthcare services. It's more than just a piece of plastic; it's your passport to quality healthcare. If you don't have one yet, don't worry. Applying for Medicaid is easier than you think, and we're here to guide you through the process.

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This sounds great! Where do I apply?

Simply fill out the form at the top of the page and we'll contact you to see if you qualify!

Apply now
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Financial Eligibility: Medicaid, Medicare & Insurance

We accept Medicaid, workers compensation insurance, long-term care insurance, and private pay clients.

Medicaid billing is done directly through us, and we handle all the paperwork for you.

The amount of Medicaid coverage will depend on your personal evaluation through the Pennsylvania IEB.

Pennsylvania offers several HCBS waivers under Medicaid, each designed to support individuals with specific needs. Learn about waivers like the Aging Waiver, Attendant Care Waiver, and the Independence Waiver, which provide various services including personal care, respite care, and home modifications.

Tailoring Medicaid Services to Individual Needs


Customizing Care Plans

Discover how we tailor Medicaid-funded care plans to each individual's needs, focusing on creating a balanced approach to personal care, household assistance, and companionship.


Integrating Technology in Care

Learn about the integration of assistive technology in our care plans, funded through Medicaid, enhancing safety and independence at home.


Transitional Care Services

Explore transitional care services for those moving from a hospital setting back home, ensuring a smooth and supported transition with Medicaid-funded services.

Grab the chance to be a pioneer in transformative caregiving.

Enroll in our Earn While You Care program now!

Essential Tips for a Successful Medicaid Application

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Empowering Your Medicaid Journey with Useful Insights

Navigating the Medicaid application process can be complex, but understanding a few key aspects can make a significant difference. This section offers essential tips, such as familiarizing yourself with Pennsylvania's specific Medicaid requirements, understanding the importance of accurate and complete documentation, and staying updated with Medicaid's changing policies. Additionally, we suggest consulting Pennsylvania's Department of Human Services website and other official resources for the most current information and comprehensive guidelines.