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Can I Change Plans?

There are various Special Enrollment Periods for special circumstances.

Can I get my prescription filled at a pharmacy that is not within my Part D plan's network

You may be able to obtain your drug from a non-network pharmacy.

Costs and Coverage

How much does coverage cost? Will it pay for all of my prescriptions?

Food Supplement Program’s Medical Deduction:

Helping Seniors and People with Disabilities Get the Food they Need to Stay Healthy

Formulary Links and Forms

Formulary Links, Forms and Contacts: find your provider and plan.

Getting Started - The Basics

Government Help for Immigrants

Who can receive public benefits, like TANF, SSI, MaineCare and food supplements?

HC4ME: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Maine

Health Care Resources for the Uninsured and Underinsured

Where to find help with health care expenses in Maine.

How Do I Enroll in Part D Coverage?

There are several ways to enroll; Medicare, MaineCare, DEL, and VA options are explained here.

How much does Part D coverage cost?

There are three categories of out-of-pocket expenses associated with each Part D drug plan: Monthly Premium, Yearly Deductible, and Co-Payments. Find more information here.

Important Notice about Health Coverage for Legal Immigrants

Some legal immigrants can get full MaineCare benefits. Refugees and Asylees can get full MaineCare benefits.

Is there a deadline to enroll for Part D coverage?

There are specific enrollment periods for the prescription drug program.

Maine's Medical Assistance Programs: Who's Covered and Who's Not

Overview of Maine's state-sponsored health insuarance programs for low-moderate income individuals and families.

MaineCare Coverage for Women with Breast and Cervical Cancer

Have you been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer? Do you have a pre-cancer condition of the breast or cervix? You might be eligible to get full benefit MaineCare coverage.

MaineCare Eligibility Guide: Low cost or Free Health Care Coverage

This guide is about MaineCare, Maine’s Medicaid program. MaineCare is administered by DHHS or the Department of Health & Human Services. Topics include:

MaineCare Eligibility: Low Cost or Free Health Care Coverage Workshop

Detailed information about Maine's expanding health insurance programs covering children, teens, parents and adults without children, as well as the elderly and disabled. Many eligible people are not receiving this free or low-cost health coverage...

MaineCare For Childless Adults (The "Noncategorical" Group)

MaineCare Coverage for Low-Income Adults: Smart Policy - Common Sense

MaineCare Proof of Citizenship and Identity Law

Many people who apply for MaineCare prove both their U.S. citizenship and their identity to the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This law is for both adults and children.

Medicare Part D Appeals

How to appeal a Medicare part D decision that you disagree with and file a Redetermination.

My Maine Connection: DHHS Online

Did you know My Maine Connection lets you apply for Department of Health and Human Services benefits online? If you are already receiving MaineCare, DEL, MaineRx, the Food Supplement Program (formerly Food Stamps), Temporary Assistance for Needy...

Office of MaineCare Services

Offers links to information about MaineCare, Maine Eye Care, Maine Rx Plus, Drugs for the Elderly and Disabled, and other healthcare programs and services.

Paying for Nursing Home Care: A Summary of Nursing Home MaineCare

Basics of how people in Maine pay for long term nursing home care.