Supplemental Security Income (SSI)-Related Medicaid

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)-Related Medicaid provides health care coverage for adults age 65 or older or for people determined blind or disabled by the Disability Determination Bureau. SSI-Related Medicaid is typically thought of as “Medicaid.” 

Wisconsin has many different types of Medicaid programs. The program you may be eligible for depends on your income, assets, and the type of care you need.

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Access Monitoring Plan

DHS has published an access monitoring plan to evaluate access to health care for individuals who receive health care coverage through Wisconsin’s fee-for-service Medicaid program.

Be Aware of Phone Scams

If you are getting health care benefits, DHS will not call you seeking personal or financial information. If you are getting FoodShare benefits, your agency will call you to complete a FoodShare interview and may ask you to verify certain information to ensure they are talking with the correct person. If you are unsure of who you are talking to, hang up, and call your agency or ForwardHealth Member Services at 800-362-3002.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, advises consumers not to give out personal or financial information to people you do not know through phone calls, emails, or knocks on your door. Scam artists want your information to commit identity theft, charge your existing credit cards, debit your checking account, open a new credit card, checking, or savings account, write fraudulent checks, or take out loans in your name.

To file a complaint with the FTC, go to their website, or call 1-877-FTC-HELP. If you think your identity has been stolen, report it on the FTC’s website, or call 1-877-ID-THEFT.

Equal Opportunities Information

You have the right to be treated fairly and equally.

Last Revised: May 13, 2019