For our public assistance and supportive services clients, we encourage our clients to submit documentation to us either by mail, fax or email. All documents will process as normal and staff will mail a receipt to verify the Agency has received any submitted documentation or will contact our clients via phone if a phone interview needs scheduled, or if we have any questions. Any phone interviews previously scheduled will continue over the phone, unless noted otherwise. Many of our staff are currently working from home. When we are calling you, it may come up as blocked or private. If you are expecting a phone call from us, please answer your phone.
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Medicaid (medical assistance) provides health care coverage to families who may not otherwise have access to health care. The program is designed to safeguard the health and well-being of Allen County residents, particularly children, pregnant women, elderly, individuals with disabilities, and those looking for Long-Term Care and/or In-Home Waiver Care.
Medicaid programs include Healthy Start; Healthy Families; Healthchek; Pregnancy-related services; and Aged, Blind and Disabled among others. Individuals who receive Medicare, but whose income is too high to qualify for Medicaid, may be eligible for the Medicare Premium Assistance Program.
Do I Qualify?
Allen County Job and Family Services administers several different types of Medicaid, but eligibility is usually based on income and circumstances.
Allen County Job and Family Services oversees Medicaid programs that provide health care coverage to:
• Income-eligible parents and their children up to age 21
• Preventive and treatment services up to age 21
• Pregnant women
• Older adults, ages 60 and older
• Income-eligible people with disabilities
• Children in foster care
• Children who have aged out of foster care up to age 21
• Adults ranging in ages 19-64, depending upon eligibility factors