Tell Us Your Medicaid Story
For many adults with developmental disabilities, Medicaid is their health insurance. It pays for care from doctors, specialists, and hospitals, as well as prescriptions.
California, like all states, receives Medicaid funding to help pay for the cost of long-term supports that people with developmental disabilities receive. If you or someone you know receives services paid for by a Regional Center, Medicaid most likely helps pay for it. Medicaid currently pays approximately half the cost of many community services through Regional Centers.
Hundreds of thousands of Californians with developmental disabilities depend on Medicaid – or will need it in the future – to remain healthy, live in the community, and stay out of costly institutions.
Your Congressional Representatives and Senators need to know the impact Medicaid has on people’s lives. They know that Medicaid provides health coverage but may not realize all the other things Medicaid does, like funding In-Home Support Services (IHSS).
Please tell us your Medicaid Story and we will make sure it gets told to those who need to hear it.
Fill out the form below to tell us your story:
If you would prefer to hand write or email your story, please use the options below:
- Download this form, print, and hand write your story. You can send your letter to us at SCDD Headquarters, Attn: Michael McNulty, 1507 21st Street, Sacramento, CA 95814; or
- Download this form, fill it out, and save it on your computer. Send your completed letter to Michael.McNulty@scdd.ca.gov with the subject line “My Medicaid Story”.