We would like to take this time to answer some common questions prospective participants have. 

What are your service areas?

We provide Medicaid advocate for Florida and Indiana’s residents 50+ Years Young, veterans and disabled community members of any age residing in Florida or Indiana.  Medicaid applies the same policies and procedures throughout it's state, this allows us the opportunity to assist residents, regardless of where they live in Florida or Indiana, obtain assistance with applying for Medicaid benefits. Our Homecare services are available in Indiana's Lake, Porter and Laporte Counties. We are working diligently to obtain the proper licenses to service Home Health, Homemaker and Companionship services in Florida's Broward and Miami-Dade Counties! Contact pur office for specific state services as not all services are offered in both Florida and Indiana.

What are your office hours?

We are available in Indiana Monday to Friday; 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Eastern Time.

We are available in Florida Monday to Friday; 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Central Time.

We close the office for lunch in each time zone respectively, 12 PM to 1 PM.

Where are you located?

Our Corporate office is located at 2424 Franklin Street, Suite 203, Michigan City, Indiana 46360.

Our Florida Office is located at 9900 W Sample Road, Suite 310, Coral Springs, FL 33065.

Do you provide home health care?

No, we provide non-medical home care, like assistance with activities of daily living in Indiana and homemaker/companion services in Florida and Indiana. Your home caregiver can assist you with toileting, bathing, cooking, light household chores and other non-medical activities.

I live out of town, can you keep an eye on my Loved One?

Yes! Our Health & Advocate services will monitor your loved one's to ensure optimal care is provided by their medical care team. We will coordinate with their physicians and staff to keep you informed and involved in your loved one's health care decisions. Contact us for more information!

What is Medicaid, is it the same as Medicare?

Medicaid is not Medicare. Medicaid is a federal and state funded program, operated by the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA). Medicaid pays necessary medical expenses for many residents. Medicaid has over 30 categories of health coverage, including but not limited to Breast & Cervical Cancer, End-Stage Renal Disease and Long-Term Care assistance. You must meet certain financial eligibility requirements and if eligible Medicaid directly pays your doctor, hospital, nursing home and other medical providers.

You can also have other health insurance and/or Medicare and still receive Medicaid assistance. Medicare recipients who do not qualify for full Medicaid coverage may still be eligible for assistance covering out-of-pocket Medicare expenses!

My love one is in the nursing home and the bill is over $6,000 per month! Can you help us apply for Medicaid benefits to pay that?

YES! In most situations, we can assist you and your loved one apply for Medicaid benefits. Residing in a nursing home is expensive and will deplete your savings in a matter of months! We can help you get financial assist with your long term care needs! Contact Us to schedule your free consultation!

I am over qualified for Medicaid. Can’t I just give my excess assets away to qualify for Medicaid?

NO! Do not give away, sell or transfer/move any of your assets to anyone without proper guidance. Medicaid will penalize you for all assets given away, sold or transferred/moved without compensation or receiving Fair Market Value for the asset. Medicaid also have a 5-year “Look Back” Period. This means you will have to report any assets given away, sold or transferred in the last 5 years. Often a proper spend down involves giving away or transferring assets as a part of the planning strategy and this strategy has taken into account the Medicaid penalty it may invoke, so, please seek assistance first before attempting a spend down of your assets to avoid unintentional Medicaid penalties, delays or denial of benefits!

How can I preserve my assets? I worked hard to be able to leave something for my family!

There are options available to assist you in qualifying for Medicaid as well as preserving some of the inheritance you expected to leave your family!

A common misconception about Medicaid is you must first become impoverished before you can receive assistance. If you anticipate you or your loved one will need short/long-term assistance sometime soon, now is the time to review some of your care options. Our Medicaid planning strategies help to preserve some assets to pay for unforeseen expenses and emergencies, as well as an inheritance for your children and family. Please note, there will be some loss of assets for your care, however, you do not have to lose it all to long-term care!

I want to remain at home but I need a little assistance with my daily living, can Medicaid help me pay for that?

Yes, there are Medicaid programs for citizens at least 65 years to help them reside at home as long as possible. These programs help financially assist with in-home care, transportation, day centers for social entertainment and home-modifications to ensure your home is safe and accessible! Contact us for more information!

Our friendly and knowledgeable customer services reps are available to answer your questions during office hours.

Give us a call in Indiana (219) 292-7555, in Florida (305) 528-9408 or complete the Contact Form and a customer service representative will contact you within 24 hours!

*Please note, our office is closed for lunch, 12 pm to 1 pm.