This subchapter provides non-financial policy information that applies to Medical Assistance for people receiving services at the Center for Victims of Torture (MA-CVT). Non-financial eligibility requirements are not related to a person’s income or assets.
People receiving services at the Center for Victims of Torture (CVT), who are not otherwise eligible for Medical Assistance (MA), may be eligible for MA-CVT regardless of their date of entry into the United States, including undocumented people. Verification of citizenship or immigration status is not required for MA-CVT.
Undocumented people and nonimmigrants are not required to provide SSNs for Medical Assistance Center for Victims of Torture (MA-CVT). Verification of a Social Security number is not required for undocumented and nonimmigrant MA-CVT applicants and enrollees.
This subchapter includes the policies above that apply to MA-CVT and links to policies that apply to all MA programs and all Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP).
Topics covered in this subchapter are:
MA County Residency
MA Living Arrangement
Ways to Combat Caregiver Burnout with Self-Care
When Medicare Won’t Cover It: Tips for Paying for Assisted Living and Nursing Home Care
A Quick How-To Guide for Paying for Alzheimer’s Care
Terms and Definitions for Conservatorship and Guardianship
7 Basic Tips to Plan and Pay for Long-Term Care
How to Protect Assets from Nursing Home Costs
Are Your “Children” Defined Correctly in Your Estate Plan?