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Medical Assistance - Medicaid

BadgerCare Plus (Wisconsin Medicaid)

BadgerCare Plus Fact Sheet
Learn more about the BadgerCare Plus (Wisconsin Medicaid) program.

BadgerCare Plus Application
Apply for the BadgerCare Plus (Wisconsin Medicaid) program.

Elderly, Blind, and Disabled Medicaid Application

Apply for the Wisconsin Medicaid program for people who are 65 years or older, blind or have a disability.

Healthcare Coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace

Here are some helpful websites and flyers with information about medical assistance. If you have questions or need assistance call a Benefit Specialist at the ADRC - (920) 448-4300.

Medicaid in Wisconsin - Website contains links to medicaid publications. Information on eligiblity and so much more.

Spousal Impoverishment Protection General Information - Taken from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), this document includes updated 2018 information for the Spousal Impoverishment program.

Spousal Impoverishment Protections - Information about helping a spouse afford to stay in the community in their home when one spouse is in a nursing home or on long-term care waiver services (Family Care/IRIS), and Medicaid is the paying source.

Medicaid Asset Assessment- If you are applying for Medicaid and are in a medical institution or applying for a
community waiver, you will need to fill out this asset assessment form about the property or assets owned by you
and/or your spouse.

Patient Liability- Nursing Home Medicaid for a Single Person - If you get Medicaid and you are in a nursing home or medical institution, you may be required to help pay for your health care cost. This is called "Patient Liability".

Wisconsin Medicaid Estate Recovery Program (English) - Information about recovery of medicaid benefits from the estate of deceased participants. This resource has been updated and reflects the changes effective August 1, 2014.
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Medicaid Estate Recovery and Divestment - Publication that provides a general overview of how divestment can affect Medicaid eligibility for individuals in nursing homes, institutional settings, and community-based long-term care programs.

Estate Recovery Transfer by Affidavit (English) - Explains how to close an estate using the Transfers by Affidavit process. What qualifies, how to do it.
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Divestment Publication - Information about Divestment: giving away one's resources, such as income, non-exempt assets and property for less than fair market value in order to enroll in Forward Health for Elderly, Blind or Disabled.

Planning for Funeral and Burial Expenses - Medicaid fact sheet explaining how to plan for these expenses while meeting Medicaid eligibility asset requirements.

Senior Care - Wisconsin's very own prescription drug program. Site explains the plan, fact sheets, eligibility, covered drugs and more. Applications available at the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County (ADRC), 300 S. Adams Street, Green Bay, WI.

Take a look at these helpful Fact Sheets.
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  • IRS 1095 B Tax Form
    This website answers questions about the IRS 1095-B form. Individuals may receive or be required to show a copy of their IRS 1095-B Tax Form. Every person who had minimum essential coverage from a Wisconsin health care program will get a 1095-B tax form from the WI Department of Health Services.

  • Medicaid Personal Care Benefit
    Information outlining the benefits covered and not covered, what is needed to receive the benefit and a list of home care agencies that provide Medical Assistance (MA) Personal Care.

  • Bay Lake Consortium Contact Information
    Economic Support Services contact information for Wisconsin Counties of Brown, Door, Shawano, Oconto, and Marinette Counties for Food Share, Child Care Assistance, BadgerCare Plus and all other Medicaid Programs.

  • Wisconsin Key Contacts- FoodShare, Medicaid, BadgerCare, and SeniorCare
    List of contacts for state benefits from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS).

  • Medicaid/FoodShare Authorization of Representative
    If you are completing a Medicaid, BadgerCare Plus and/or FoodShare application on behalf of someone else, you must complete this authorization form.

  • SSI Managed Care FAQ Fact Sheet
    Document from Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) that answers frequently asked questions on SSI Managed Care providers in Brown County and other useful information.

  • Counseling Services Accepting Medicaid
    List of counseling service providers including those that accept medical assistance.

  • WisPACT
    WisPACT stands for Wisconsin Pooled and Community Trust. WisPACT Special Needs Trusts are created to help preserve the assets of people with disabilities without endangering their eligibility for public benefits or placement on waiting lists. Two page flyer that describes what the trust is, who it's for, and how it works. More details can be found at www.wispact.org

  • Medicaid Hospital or Nursing Home Care
    Explains Medicaid coverage for institutional care such as in a hospital or in nursing facility.

  • Family Care
    Wisconsin State website that explains the Family Care program. This is a program used to help persons fund long-term care services to help them stay in their homes. In Brown County Wisconsin, contact the ADRC of Brown County at 920-448-4300 to learn about eligibility.

  • Include, Respect, I Self-Direct (IRIS)
    Wisconsin State website that explains the "Include, Respect, I Self-Direct" program, also known as IRIS. This is a program used to help persons fund long-term care services to help them stay in their homes. In Brown County Wisconsin, contact the ADRC of Brown County at 920-448-4300 to learn about eligibility.

  • Community Options Program COP
    Wisconsin State website that explains the Community Options Program also known as COP. A program used to help persons fund long-term care services to help them stay in their homes. The program is found in counties where Family Care is not available. In Brown County Wisconsin contact the ADRC of Brown County at 920-448-4300 to learn about eligibility.
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