Upcoming changes to the NEMT manager
In August of 2022, Veyo, the current manager for non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) in Wisconsin, was purchased by Medical Transportation Management (MTM), Inc.
Veyo has started their transition to MTM in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin NEMT program has begun using MTM Link, the MTM ride scheduling and mileage reimbursement system. There are no changes to NEMT covered services.
If you need help with your trip during the transition, call 866-907-1493 and select the Where's My Ride option.
Katie Beckett Medicaid serves children under 19 who live at home and have certain health care needs. The name comes from a child, Katie Beckett, whose family advocated that the best treatments and services for her needs were available at home and in a community setting. The federal government created a special group of Medicaid coverage for kids just like Katie Beckett.
End of COVID-19 public health emergency
Do you have questions about how the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency will affect Katie Beckett Medicaid? Our Q&As explain what it means for Katie Beckett members.
Wisconsin Wayfinder supports families of children with delays, disabilities, special health care needs, and mental health conditions. Children’s resource guides are helpers who assist families, caregivers, professionals, and organizations in finding a wide array of supports and services available through the Children’s Resource Network.
Understand the steps for renewing Katie Beckett Medicaid. This flyer provides essential details about the process, necessary documents, and how our eligibility specialists can assist you.
Katie Beckett Renewal Flyer for Members, P-03553 (All versions)
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Who can get Katie Beckett Medicaid
Katie Beckett Medicaid helps children who:
- Have complex medical needs.
- Have long-term disabilities.
- Have mental health needs.
- Want to receive home and community-based services instead of living in a hospital or institution.
Children may qualify even if:
- They aren’t eligible for other Medicaid programs because of their parents’ or guardians’ income or assets.
- They’re covered by private health insurance.