Do I have to make an appointment to come in and talk to someone about benefits for my disabled son
Q) Do I have to make an appointment to come in and talk to someone about benefits for my disabled son in IN. He is on Medicaid and Medicare and disability. I am trying to find out how to get a caseworker assigned to him. Good night find out if he qualifies for section 8 housing and food stamps
A) To apply for benefits for your disabled son in Indiana, you may need to contact your local Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) office. They can help you determine if your son qualifies for Medicaid, Medicare, and other government benefits, including food stamps and Section 8 housing. They may also be able to assist you with getting a caseworker assigned to your son’s case. Some DHHS offices may require you to make an appointment, while others may allow you to walk in and speak with a representative. You can visit the DHHS website or call the office for more information and to schedule an appointment if necessary.