Privately paying for nursing home care in California? How you can qualify for Medi-Cal benefits

It’s a common misconception that one cannot have any assets to obtain Medi-Cal benefits in California. The rules that most of us know about (you can’t have more than $2,000, for example) leave out the rest of the story as well as the options available for you and your family. In fact, the reality is quite a bit more complicated, but it’s this complexity that opens the door for planning. If you’re paying for a skilled nursing facility with private money and assets, then the likelihood is high that you could benefit from planning and reduce (or eliminate!) your share of costs as well as protect the remaining assets from Medi-Cal recovery. At $10,000/month or more for skilled nursing care, what do you have to lose to find out if you can stop the bleeding of assets? We offer a complimentary analysis of your situation for Medi-Cal eligibility. If you download and fill out this form, we will get back to you within 48 hours with a preliminary report on how we can help you qualify for Medi-Cal benefits. Click here for the FREE Medi-Cal Eligibility Form.

One Response to “Privately paying for nursing home care in California? How you can qualify for Medi-Cal benefits”

  1. Nancy Bushman Says:

    In fact, the reality is quite a bit more complicated, but it’s this complexity that opens the door for planning.


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