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Many of our clients are not able to access medical attention because they are uninsured. Some have applied for Medicaid and been denied. Others may have been turned away before they even completed an application because the person at Social Services misinformed them that they cannot get Medicaid if the do not have minor children or have not been found disabled by Social Security. If you do not have excessive income or assets, do not have health insurance, and are unable to work because of health problems, you are likely eligible for Medicaid for the Adult Disabled.
These are the steps you should follow, and the things to remember, when applying for Medicaid for the Adult Disabled:
1. Call or visit your local Social Services office and tell them you want to apply for Medicaid for the Adult Disabled.
Getting the medical attention you need is necessary to prevent the further deterioration of your health, and to prove to Social Security that you are disabled. If you have questions regarding Medicaid and Disability, call Golson, McCracken for advice.
Golson, McCracken Inc. - North Carolina Social Security Disability
207 Fieldale Road, Mebane, NC 27302
4208 Six Forks Road, Suite 1000, Raleigh, NC 27609 (Appt Only)
151 North Steele Street, Sanford, NC 27330 (Appt Only)
Direct Line: (919) 294-4171
Toll-Free: (888) 529-3678