Medicaid in Delaware:
Medicaid is a Federal-State funded health care program for financially eligibleU.S.residents. It provides financial assistance for medical needs, long-term care in nursing homes and home and care for rehabilitation. In addition, there are several community based programs like assistance in local transportation and adult day care.
Requirements to apply for Medicaid in Delaware:
Certain rules and regulations bound the eligibility to receive Medicaid services. These conditions have been determined by the federal and State governments, and must be met by any individual who applies for Medicaid:
When will one start receiving Medicaid services?
Usually, local districts determine if an interested individual is applicable and send a letter notifying whether the application has been declined or accepted within 45 days of submission. If one is pregnant or applying on behalf of their offspring, processing time can be up to 30 days.