If you can get food stamps, should you qualify for Medicaid also?

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I R Good
Asked at 2012-05-12 13:43:51
I know someone who makes only $ 20 in tips per day. She is liberated 34 years of age. She gets food stamps, but said it was rejected by Medicaid. I was a little surprised when I heard this. I thought it was easier to get Medicaid instead of food stamps ? She needs to get her ovaries
Answer1reindeerAnswered at 2012-05-30 18:30:13
No, not at all. The income is much less to be eligible for Medicaid than it is for food stamps . His thinking is opposite. Food stamps are much easier to get Medicaid.
Answer2grade2Answered at 2012-08-25 20:56:19
You can only qualify for Medicaid if you are between 21 and 65 years if you are blind , disabled, pregnant , have children , new immigrants . And you must be very low income and / or assets . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Food stamps is based on your only income , not assets . No children do not get much in food stamps and varies with each state even though it is a federal program .
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