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.
Council on Aging’s partner, Pro Seniors, has a MyCare Ohio ombudsman dedicated to answering questions and helping people in southwestern Ohio navigate the program. Learn more here.