How do I contact Medicaid in Virginia?
Cover Virginia also operates a statewide customer service call center for Medicaid and the FAMIS Programs at 1-855-242-8282. The call center provides general program information, application status, explanation of coverage and benefits, and assistance in resolving application issues.
What is the income limit for Medicaid in Virginia 2022?
For 2022 that number is $2523 per month. Anyone with more than $2523 per month of gross income (before taxes and Medicare and health insurance premiums are deducted) must use a Qualified Income Trust in order to qualify for Medicaid. Medicaid recipients must also have less than $2000 of countable assets.
How Medicaid works in Virginia?
Virginia has very restrictive Medicaid eligibility: • Pregnant women and children up to age 18 cannot have income higher than 133 percent of federal poverty level (FPL) or $25,390 for a family of three. (Virginia’s FAMIS program covers children and pregnant women up to 200 percent FPL or $38,180 for a family of three.)
What is the resource limit for Medicaid in Virginia?
The 2020 resource limits for QMB, SLMB and QI are $7,860 for one person and $11,800 for a couple.
What is the cutoff for Medicaid in Virginia?
Income & Asset Limits for Eligibility
|2022 Virginia Medicaid Long Term Care Eligibility for Seniors|
|Type of Medicaid||Single||Married (both spouses applying)|
|Income Limit||Asset Limit|
|Institutional / Nursing Home Medicaid||$2,523 / month*||$4,000|
|Medicaid Waivers / Home and Community Based Services||$2,523 / month†||$4,000|
Is Medicaid based on income?
In all states: You can qualify for Medicaid based on income, household size, disability, family status, and other factors. Eligibility rules differ between states. In states that have expanded Medicaid coverage: You can qualify based on your income alone.