22 Jan National Council on Aging Provides Assistance to Medicare Beneficiaries
Are you a low-income Medicare beneficiary in need of guidance and help paying for health care, food, and other costs of living? The National Council on Aging’s (NCOA) national network of Benefits Enrollment Centers (BECs) can help.
How does this work?
87 organizations in 43 states make up the NCOA’s Benefits Enrollments Centers. These organizations offer seniors and individuals with disabilities assistance in enrolling in programs that can help make the most of their income based on their individual needs.
“At NCOA, we believe every person deserves to age well, and for a growing number of people, that means accessing benefit programs to make ends meet. We are excited to be able to find good partners to help grow our network to improve lives and communities at the same time.” – Leslie Fried, Senior Director of the NCOA Center for Benefits Access (www.ncoa.org)
What does that mean for you?
If eligible, you could be connected with benefits and enrollment in programs including Medicare Part D Extra Help/Low-Income Subsidy, Medicare Savings Programs, Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, and more.
Are you ready to get connected with your local Benefits Enrollment Center and start saving?
Check this map to find a Center near you: https://www.ncoa.org/ncoa-map/
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