Help with Medicaid Issues
Nevada Medicaid programs provide medical coverage for eligible individuals and families. Qualifying individuals may be low-income children, seniors, blind or disabled or those needing long term care. Recipients must pass financial qualifications as well. Usually you will have a case worker through the local Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services Office.
Medicaid (and the sister program Nevada Check Up, for low income children) covers services such as inpatient and outpatient care, ambulance transport, diagnostic and preventive care, medical supplies, prescription medications and dental care. It is a vital resource for qualified individuals.
Like all Federal programs, navigating the application process can be difficult. We can assist individuals with the process and in gathering the information and documentation you will need to provide. If you have questions or need assistance with Medicaid issues, call our office for more information.