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  • Estate Recovery for Medical Services Paid for by the State

    The state has many programs that pay for medical services. The Medicaid program is one example. Under some of these programs and with important limitations, the estate recovery law allows the state to recover (to be paid back) the cost of the services it pays for. #5172EN Read More

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    Columbia Legal Services

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  • Benefits CheckUp

    BenefitsCheckUp helps thousands every day to find programs for people ages 55 and over that may pay for some of their costs of prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other essential items or services. Please fill out our simple questionnaire to find programs that can assist you or your loved ones. Read More

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    National Council on the Aging
  • How to Apply for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid)

    You can apply for Apple Health on any computer with an internet connection at Washington Healthplanfinder, wahealthplanfinder.org. Read More

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    Health Care Authority
  • Question and Answers on Applications for Long-Term Care Services and Supports

    People who need help paying for long-term services and supports (LTSS) often wonder when they should file an application for assistance from the Home and Community Services Division (HCS) of the Department of Social and Health Services. This pamphlet discusses the timing of the application process. #5106EN Read More

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    Columbia Legal Services

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  • Hang up on Medicare card scams

    Scammers follow the news – and the money. A few months ago, we shared the news that Medicare is sending new cards to everyone who gets Medicare benefits, replacing your Social Security number with another number. As expected, scammers have been trying to cash in on this change. Read More

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    Federal Trade Commission
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