Medical Assistance (MA) is Minnesota's Medicaid program for people with low income. You might qualify for MA based on your income or your disability.
When you work, you pay Medicare taxes. If you pay enough in Medicare taxes, you'll qualify for Medicare at age 65 or when you meet certain other conditions.
Prescription medication can be expensive. You have a few different ways to get prescription coverage and help paying for medications.
There are many programs related to affordable housing for people with disabilities.
Housing stabilization services can help you find and keep stable affordable housing.
Assistive Technology can help you do things that might otherwise be difficult or impossible to do on your own.
A personal care assistant (PCA) helps with daily living tasks, such as eating, bathing, using the bathroom and getting dressed
Transportation options are unique to each community, ranging from public transit to free or volunteer options and other informal supports.
Waivers help pay for the services you need to live your best life.
Through the Waiver Reimagine project, Minnesota is improving the four disability waivers to create a simpler and more person-centered system.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, is a program that can help you pay for the food you need.
Social Security disability benefits are cash payments for people with disabilities.
This collection of helpful COVID-19 resources is geared for people with disabilities.
Understand guardianship basics and alternatives, including what it takes to become a guardian.
The State Medical Review Team (SMRT) is a group of medical professionals and staff at the Minnesota Department of Human Services who complete disability determinations.