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State Plan Personal Care (SPPC)

State Plan Personal Care is a Medicaid service that helps individuals, from children through aging adults, with daily living activities at home.

A personal care attendant helps the individual with things like bathing, grooming, getting in and out of bed, toileting, meals, eating, laundry tasks, shopping/errand tasks and light housekeeping.  Skilled nursing services include assessment of need and development and oversight of a care plan.

Eligibility

  • Must meet medical Level of Care (LOC) criteria
  • Serves individuals of any age  

How to Apply and Who to Contact:

Call the Medicaid Services Unit at 1-800-435-4711.

You may also apply by printing and completing the Request for Benefits form and mailing or taking it to your local DHS office. You may also apply by going to your local DHS office during business hours.

What to Bring:

Bank statements showing savings and checking account balances; Social Security cards or numbers; Medicare or insurance cards; proof of US citizenship (birth certificate, voter registration card or US Passport); proof of immigration status if not a US citizen (legal permanent resident card, I-94 or other immigrant registration card, passport or T visa); life insurance policies; statements of stocks, bonds or certificates of deposit (CDs); copy of vehicle title; copy of the title and mortgage statement for property you own other than where you live; a current benefit check or award letter; copies of child support or alimony check; dated check stubs for the last 30 days that show your name or Social Security number, date of pay, and income before deductions; a copy of last year's tax return only if self-employed, receiving dividends, rental income or mineral rights.

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