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We provide free classes which provide information about Medicare parts A, B, C & D, Medicare Supplement policies, and other prescription drug coverage. Individuals are encouraged to attend a Medicare Basics class a couple months prior to their eligibility for Medicare. Classes are held regularly at our ADRC offices. Please call for information on specific dates and time and to register to attend one of our classes.
Are you confused about the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Benefit? Are you having problems with Medicare Part D? The Disability Drug Benefit Helpline is here for you to call toll free.
Provide eligibility and enrollment services to residents of Marathon and Langlade Counties for public assistance programs. These programs include FoodShare, Medicaid, BadgerCare Plus, Family Planning Only Services, and Caretaker Supplement.
Provide eligibility and enrollment services to residents of Wood and Lincoln Counties for public assistance programs. These programs include FoodShare, Medicaid, BadgerCare Plus, Family Planning Only Services, and Caretaker Supplement.
The Katie Beckett Program is a special eligibility Medicaid Program for children with long-term disabilities be it developmental, emotional, physical or health related. Children must be living at home and meet the criteria listed below. 2. is disabled by standards in the Social Security Act 3. is a U. S. citizen 4. is a Wisconsin resident 5. lives at home with their family 6. requires a level of care typically provided in a hospital or nursing home setting 7. is provided safe and appropriate care in the home 8. does not have income in his/her name alone which exceeds government limitations (Parents’ income is not considered) 9. does not incur a cost of care at home to the Wisconsin Medicaid Program that exceeds the cost Medicaid would pay if the child was in an institution.
Helpline counselors are available Monday through Friday, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, and are happy to answer your Medicare related questions about dealing with payment denials or appeals, complaints about care or treatment, and Medicare bills.
Wisconsin residents who are 65 or older who meet one of the four levels of program participation are eligible for the SeniorCare program. Participants must pay an annual enrollment fee of $30 per one enrollee or $60 per couple. If your prescription drugs are covered under another health insurance plan, you can still be enrolled in SeniorCare. Individuals enrolled in Medicaid will not be eligible because Medicaid already provides prescription drug coverage. Staff at the Aging & Disability Resource Center can assist seniors who need help with filling out SeniorCare application forms. Contact ADRC-CW 888-486-9545.
PO Box 6710