Medicaid provides payment for health care to people with low-income and disabilities for necessary medical services. Medicaid in Delaware provides services to children with special healthcare needs without regard to family income. Medicaid pays for doctor's visits, hospital care, labs, prescription drugs, transportation, routine shots for children, and mental health and substance abuse services. The list below includes Medicaid Managed Care Providers as well as organizations who can assist you if your need help understanding and navigating Medicaid.
You can find out if you qualify for Medicaid or other medical assistance programs by speaking with a representative at your local State Service Center.
To learn more about your rights as a recipient of services from a Medicaid Managed Care Organization (MCO), read this two-page document prepared by Community Legal Aid Society, Inc. How to Manage your Managed Care Organization (1)
"Medicaid has reduced the financial burden of extensive medical bills that would have crippled our family's future." Calvin's mom
"With the help of private duty nursing and home health aides (CNA) supplied through Medicaid, my family has been able to increase our quality of life." GH