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Disabled,don't know how to keep medicaid on a fixed income,all this is still new to me.?

when I won my disability case in March of 2006,I was then givin medical assistance as well through Social Services of Mo.Or Family Services (as they say)I have had to pay back all those who helped me to keep me from losing my home that I once worked so hard for.I am a single 44 in age female who has no clue as to how everything works when one's body breaks down.I was told that I make to much? and ended up on a SpinDown at $211.00 a month,my income is only $926.00 per month,and I have a Mortgage to pay and utilities and that is it.In total...my bills average about $996.00 per month,how can I possibly continue this $211.00? I need to keep up with my doctors.I do have a roommate but unfortunantly her job was a joke and what was said to her by a new manager on several occasions was not right,but I do not blame her for leaving.So lets say I didn't want a roommate how would I beable to keep what is of great need,as I also need to see a dentist.Can someone please give me a good answer???

Asked By: Gail T - 8/7/2006
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What state do you live in? Look in the white pages for an entitlements lawyer; you should be able to find one who does pro bono work. Failing that, look for a place like Catholic Charities who may be able to refer you to someone who can give you information... More
Answered By: pynkbyrd - 8/7/2006
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You really need to speak to someone at the medicaid office or the diability people or the Social Services. They shoul be able to help you. Each state is different.
Answered By: TD - 8/7/2006
 
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