MyCare Ohio

MyCare Ohio provides coordinated care for Ohioans who are eligible for Medicaid and Medicare, including people with disabilities, older adults, and individuals who receive behavioral health services.

An approved managed-care health plan coordinates members’ medical, behavioral, and long-term care needs. MyCare Ohio offers:

  • care management, including in-home visits
  • all standard Medicare and Medicaid benefits (with option to opt-out of Medicare portion), including:
    • doctor and hospital visits
    • mental health services
    • long-term care services provided in nursing or assisted living facilities or in the home (via services such as home-delivered meals, medical transportation, and help with personal care)


MyCare Ohio (Medicaid portion) is mandatory if you:

  • are 18 or older;
  • live in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton or Warren counties; and
  • are eligible for BOTH Medicaid and Medicare

If you are eligible for MyCare Ohio, you will receive a letter from the Ohio Department of Medicaid explaining how to enroll in the program and choose a health plan.

For more information, review Council on Aging’s MyCare Ohio Fact Sheet, or call the Council on Aging at (513) 721-1025 or (800) 252-0155, Option 2.