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Trying to navigate Medicaid for yourself or a loved one? Let the experts at Rockland Jewish Family Service manage the Medicaid application process…and find the best solution for your family.

The Support You Need

When your parent or loved one can no longer care for himself, you’re faced with difficult decisions at a time when your emotions are no doubt running high. Is she eligible for Medicaid, with all her assets? Should he remain at home?

Besides these difficult questions, there’s the Medicaid application itself – a long and complex procedure that many find difficult. Not only can an RJFS Medicaid Case Manager expertly handle the Medicaid application, we can also provide objective, professional advice to help you determine a complete care plan. It’s the knowledgeable and compassionate support you need, at a time you need it most.

How We Can Help

We are experienced in processing Medicaid applications for Rockland residents. Trying to complete your own application can be daunting. If you make mistakes due to unfamiliarity with government regulations, you may compromise your ability to qualify for benefits.

We can help determine the matrix of services that will best meet your needs. We’re social workers, so we understand all the services available to seniors. We’ll work with you to secure the best possible resources to provide comfortable living for your loved one. If it’s your wish for your loved one to remain at home, we’ll work toward that goal. If a nursing home is the best solution, we can assist with that application as well.

• Low-cost services
• We’ll come to you
• Helping people of all faiths
• Run by social workers who care

For more information contact Doris Zuckerberg, Director of Older Adult Services at (845) 354-2121, ext. 198 or by email:

PLEASE NOTE: Contributions are voluntary and confidential and are used to expand the services for which they are received.  No one will be denied services because of an inability or unwillingness to contribute. Suggested contributions level equal to the cost of the service for participants who self-disclose income at or above 185% of Federal Poverty Level.

Services are funded in part by the Administration on Aging, New York State Office for the Aging and the Rockland County Office for the Aging.