Understanding Medicaid and Resources for Low Income Adults

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Charles Bentley, Medicaid Consultant for the Missouri Department of Mental Health,  talks about

Medicaid and resources available to adults with low income.

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Charles Bentley is a former Deputy Director of the Family Support Division of the Department of Social Services.  As Deputy Director from 2005 to 2009, he was responsible for policy development and implementation for Medicaid and CHIP eligibility, Food Stamps, TANF and other cash assistance programs.  Prior to this he spent nine years as manager of the Medicaid, CHIP, and cash assistance policy unit.  He began his career with FSD as a caseworker in 1979, after graduating from Central Missouri State University in 1978.    Since November 2009 he has worked for the Department of Mental Health as a Medicaid Consultant. 

He will talk about Medicaid requirements and resources available to individuals with low incomes.

 

CLICK TO LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dianekeefe/2013/09/11/medicaid-and-low-income-resources-for-citizens

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