and spouse (if spouse is also applying)
between 18 and 61 years of age at the date of application with a
Effective July 1, 2012:
Total combined applicant
and spouse income can be no more than $35,773 per year. Total income for a single person can be no more than $26,836 per year.
Applicants must have lived
continuously in Nevada for at least one year (12 consecutive months)
PRIOR to the date of application.
ELIGIBILITY FOR SSI/MEDICAID:
cannot receive full Medicaid benefits (prescription
benefits) and Disability Rx at the same time.
If you are eligible
for SSI (Supplemental Security Income) in Nevada,
you are also eligible for full Medicaid benefits.
Individuals who qualify for Medicaid may receive:
Full prescription benefits if the individual is
not eligible for Medicare Part D; or
Maximum federal help with Medicare Part D costs
such as premiums, deductibles, co-payments, and
coverage gap protection if the individual is
eligible for Medicare Part D. (Note that maximum
federal help still leaves minimal co-payments
for Part D drugs. However,
the State of Nevada will pay those co-payments
for individuals who are eligible for full Medicaid.)
Please contact the Social Security Administration at
1-800-772-1213 if you believe your situation matches one of the following:
Under age 65 and disabled
Annual income of less than $16,755
Age 65 or older
Annual income less than
Age 65 or older,
Annual income of less than $22,695