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.
- Be qualified financially for Soonercare Medicaid (For maximum income, resource and payment standards to qualify for Soonercare, view the Maximum Income, Resource, and Payment Standards form)
- 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.
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.