Medicare prescription drug coverage

St. Paul, MN - 55101

Medicare prescription drug coverage


85 7th Place East, Suite 500
St. Paul, MN - 55101

Contact Info
Phone: (800) 333-2433

Official Website

Enrollment into Medicare Part D is Free. Though you will have to pay premiums and deductibles, no one should charge you for assistance in filling out the forms. Make sure you know where your money is going.

Rx Marks the Spot. Medicare Prescription Drug Plans will have the \"Medicare approved\" stamp on each piece of material they send you. Any mail you receive regarding Part D without the seal is not approved by Medicare.
What To Do When Enrolling in Part D

Stay Current. Save any letters you receive from your former employers and insurance plan about your current prescription drug coverage. Keep a folder with any information you receive that may pertain to prescription drug coverage.

Kn ow who you can Trust. Family members and friends are important in this process. Sometimes it can help to talk it over when something about a plan is not clear. Area senior centers and local organizations working through Medicare and your physician are also available for consultation. For

EBT is the US government\s electronic based system in the US for payment of monies to those approved for food and cash benefit payments.

Check EBT Card Balance
States have their methods to log in and check your ETB balance online. We provide that information on our state pages.

Apply for EBT Card
Most states allow online applications for EBT Cards through the application for Food Stamps (SNAP Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) or cash benefits through Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). We provided this local office contact for those who want to apply for their EBT in person at this office. After applying for your benefits you will most likely need to come in for an interview at this or another local social service office.

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