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DDD Health Plans

The Division of Developmental Disabilities, through a contract with the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), offers health care coverage to members who are eligible for the Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS). This coverage includes physical health services, behavioral health services, Children’s Rehabilitative Services (CRS) and limited Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS).Mercy Care and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan (UHCCP) provide the DDD Health Plans effective October 1, 2019. DDD Health Plan current contract.

Mercy Care and UHCCP can provide services to members statewide.

All LTSS areprovided by DDD contracted qualified vendors and specialty contractors exceptnursing facilities, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices, emergency alert system servicesand habilitative physical therapy for members agetwenty-one (21) and over. TheseLTSS will be provided by the member's DDD Health Plan.

Learn About DDD Eligibility

Current Members have the opportunity to change DDD Health Plans every 12 months during their birth month. Newly enrolled members can change their assigned DDD Health Plan within 30 days of enrollment. Members interested in changing their DDD Health Plan should contact their Support Coordinator or DDD Member Services at 1-844-770-9500 ext. 7.

DDD Health Plan contact details are below.

Mercy Care Contacts

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Toll Free: 1 (800) 624-3879

Website: mercycareaz.org

Address: 4755 S 44th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85040

24-Hour Nurse Line: 1 (800) 624-3879 or (602) 263-3000option 2

Children's Services Liaison:

  • Ishah Whipple
  • (480) 250-1114

Member Liaisons

Janet Holtz

Email: [emailprotected]

Phone: (602) 453-6026

Summer Kamal - Behavioral Health

Email: [emailprotected]

Phone: (480) 340-5205


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UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Contacts

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Toll Free: 1 (800) 348-4058

Website: uhccommunityplan.com

Address: 1 East Washington, Suite 900, Phoenix, AZ 85004

24-Hour Nurse Line: 1 (877) 440-0255

Children's Services Liaison:

  • Kathleen McLaughlin
  • (602) 255-1698

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DDD Tribal Health Program (Formerly AIHP)

The DDD American Indian Health Plan name changed to theDDD Tribal Health Program (THP) on October 1, 2021.DDD was aware of confusion in the community between its DDD American Indian Health Plan (AIHP) and AHCCCS’ American Indian Health Program (AIHP).

  • Both options use a fee-for-service structure.
  • The DDD AIHP is only for DDD members who are AI/AN and ALTCS eligible.
  • The AHCCCS AIHP does not require ALTCS eligibility.
  • The confusion is due to the similar names and use of AIHP.

This name change willreduce confusion.Benefits and covered services were not impacted by this name change.

Information for Fee-for-Service Providers

American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/AN) can choose to receive services through a DDD Health Plan or the DDD Tribal Health Program (THP).American Indian/Alaska Native members can also receive physical and behavioral health services from any Indian Health Service (IHS) provider or tribally owned/operated facility at any time without prior approval.

The below table outlines the current options for members:

OptionPhysical HealthBehavioral HealthChildren's Rehabilitative ServicesLong Term Services and SupportsSupport Coordination
1DDD Health PlanDDD Health PlanDDD Health PlanDDD ALTCSDDD
2DDD Health PlanTribal Regional Behavioral Health Authority (TRBHA)*DDD Health PlanDDD ALTCSDDD
3Tribal Health ProgramTribal Regional Behavioral Health Authority (TRBHA)*Tribal Health ProgramDDD ALTCSDDD
4Tribal Health ProgramTribal Health ProgramTribal Health ProgramDDD ALTCSDDD

American Indians/Alaska Natives that choose the DDD THP can receive behavioralhealth services from a Tribal Regional Behavioral Health Authority (TRBHA), if one is available in their area. To receive behavioral health services from a TRBHA, members shouldcall the AHCCCS Enrollment Unit:

  • From area codes (480), (602), and (623) call 602-417-7100
  • From area codes (520) and (928) call 1-800-334-5283

Behavioral Health Residential Facility Medical Necessity Criteria

If a member has a diagnosed behavioral health condition that reflects the symptoms and behaviors necessary for a request for residential treatment, the behavioralhealth condition causing the significant functional and/or psychosocial impairment shall be evidenced in the assessment by the following:

  1. At least one area of significant risk of harm within the past three months as a result of:
    • Suicidal/aggressive/self-harm/homicidal thoughts or behaviors without current plan or intent,
    • Impulsivity with poor judgment/insight,
    • Maladaptive physical or sexual behavior,
    • Member’s inability to remain safe within his or her environment despite environmental supports (i.e. informal supports), or
    • Medication side effects due to toxicity or contraindications, and
  2. At least one area of serious functional impairment as evidenced by:
    • Inability to complete developmentally appropriate self-care or self regulation due to member’s behavioral health condition(s);
    • Neglect or disruption of ability to attend to majority of basic needs, such as personal safety, hygiene, nutrition or medical care;
    • Frequent inpatient psychiatric admissions or legal involvement due to lack of insight or judgment associated with psychotic or affective/mood symptoms or major psychiatric disorders;
    • Frequent withdrawal management services, which can include but are not limited to, detox facilities, MAT, and ambulatory detox;
    • Inability to independently self-administer medically necessary psychotropic medications despite interventions such as education, regimen simplification, daily outpatient dispensing, and long-acting injectable medications; or
    • Impairments persisting in the absence of situational stressors that delay recovery from the presenting problem.
  3. A need for 24-hour behavioral health care and supervision to develop adequate and effective coping skills that will allow the member to live safely in the community;
  4. Anticipated stabilization cannot be achieved in a less restrictivesetting;
  5. Evidence that appropriate treatment in a less restrictive environment has not been successful or is not available, therefore warranting a higher level of care; and
  6. Member agrees to participate in treatment. In the case of those who have a health care decision maker, including minors, the health care decision maker also agrees to, and participates as part of, the treatment team.

Members with Questions About THP Can Contact DDD THP:

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Behavioral Health Crisis Services

Suicide and Crisis Hotlines

See all behavioral crisis lines including national, county, and TRBHA contacts on the AHCCCS website.

Additional Crisis Services

Mobile teams staffed by behavioral health professionals who travel to the individual experiencing a crisis and provide assessment, stabilization and may triage the individual to a higher level of care, as appropriate are available 24/7.

Facility-based crisis stabilization centers are also available that offer crisis stabilization and observation, including access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and drug detoxification.

Visit your DDD Health Plan’s website or call their Member Services unit to locate a providernear you.

Prior Authorization

DDD provides health care coverage to members who are eligible for the Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) through a contract with the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).

Members can receive physical and behavioral health services as well as Children’s Rehabilitative Services (CRS) from their DDD Health Plan. Certain long-term services and supports are also provided by the DD Health Plan. Currently, these DD Health Plans are Mercy Care or UnitedHealthcare Community Plan.

Members receiving services from Mercy Care or UnitedHealthcare Community Plan can learn more about the prior authorization requirements for each health plan online or by calling the Health Plan’s member services.

In addition, American Indian/Alaska Natives have the option to receive services through the DDD American Indian Health Plan. Members enrolled in the DDD American Indian Health Plan should have their health care provider contact DDD at 1-844-770-9500 ext. 7 before receiving the following services:

  • Non-emergency medical or behavioral health inpatient admissions,
  • Non-emergency and elective surgeries,
  • Nursing home placements,
  • Home health services,
  • Admission to a Residential Treatment Center (for children only),
  • Non-emergency transportation
  • Medical equipment and medical supplies,
  • Hospice services, and
  • Medically necessary eyeglasses for adults

Need for the following services are driven by the planning process, identifying goals, outcomes, exhausting natural and community supports and funding availability. The amount of service is individually determined by the planning process and based on need. This document is not intended to reflect an individual’s service level minimum and/or maximum.

To learn more about the services listed below refer to the DES/DDD Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) Member Handbook.

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You may also contact your assigned DDD Support Coordinator or the DDD Customer Service Center for more information.

  • [emailprotected]
  • Toll Free 1 (844) 770-9500 option 7,TTY/TDD 711

DDD Home and Community Based Services Requiring Prior Authorization

  • Attendant Care
  • Habilitation
  • Day Treatment & Training Adults
  • Day Treatment & Training Children (After School and/or Summer)
  • Habilitation related Services
  • Habilitation, Communication
  • Housekeeping
  • Respite
  • Center-Based Employment
  • Employment related Services
  • Group Supported Employment
  • Individual Supported Employment
  • Employment Support Aide
  • Non-emergent Transportation
  • Long-term Out of Home Placements (Adult and Child)
  • Therapy (speech, occupational, physical)

Substance Use Disorder/Medication Assisted Treatment (OUD/MAT)

You do not need a referral from your PCP to begin substance use services. Any behavioral health provider can assist with substance use disorders and provide opioid information.Visit your DDD Health Plan’s website or call their Member Services unit to locate a provider near you. You can also contact the National Substance Use and Disorder Issues Referral and Treatment Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

Mercy Care

Medication Assisted Treatment

Member Services:1 (800) 624-3879

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan

Medication Assisted Treatment

Member Services:1 (800) 348-4058

DDD Tribal Health Program (THP)

Medication Assisted Treatment

Member Services: 1 (844) 770-9500 ext. 7

Member Manuals and DDD Policies

Member Manuals and Resources

  • Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) Handbook
  • Navigating the System (DDD)
  • Navegando el Sistema (DDD)

DDD Policy Manuals

Always reference policy posted online to ensure you are following the policy currently in effect. DDD Policy includes sevenmanuals. If you don't know where to find the information you are looking for, visit the Policy Library andsearch the Complete Set of DDD Policies or by specific manual.

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Health Information Exchange (HIE)

In 2019, the Arizona Legislature passed two bills, SB1321 and SB1352, that impact personal health information (PHI). A Health Information Exchange (HIE) connects provider electronic health record (EHR) systems allowing them to securely share patient information and better coordinate care. Health Current, Arizona’s HIE, connects more than 500 Arizona organizations, including first responders, hospitals, labs, and behavioral health, physical health, post-acute care and hospice providers. The HIE makes patients’ health information available to participants electronically. State and federal law give patients certain rights and protections concerning this information. Your DDD Health Plan will send you a Notice of Health Information Practices if they participate in the HIE. This document must be signed by the member or their guardian acknowledging the information has been read and agreed to. Members can choose to opt out of having their personal health information made available on the HIE. If you opt out, your healthcare providers will not be able to access your personal health information through the HIE. Contact your DDD Health Plan or provider for more information about your personal health information, the HIE and your ability to opt out.

Health Plan Enrollment Verification

AHCCCS considers DDD as your health plan. When you use the AHCCCS website or Medifax, “DES/DDD/LTC” is used to identify your assigned health plan. Because DDD assigns a health plan to you, AHCCCS cannot tell which actual health plan you have. To find out which DDD Health Plan you have, please call:

DDD Health Care Services
Toll-free statewide: 1 (844) 770-9500 ext. 7

We will answer any questions you have whenever you see DES/DDD/LTC listed as your health plan.

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How do you qualify for DDD in Arizona? ›

Required Documentation

Complete and signed DDD Application for Eligibility Determination. Proof of citizenship including copy of United States birth certificate or legal permanent resident documentation. Copy of medical insurance (if applicable)

What does DDD mean in Arizona? ›

The Division of Developmental Disabilities empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. DDD provides supports and services for eligible Arizonans.

What services does DDD provide in Arizona? ›

Services include:
  • Behavior Management.
  • Behavioral Health Case Management Services (with limitations)
  • Behavioral Health Nursing Services.
  • Emergency Behavioral Health Care.
  • Emergency and Non-Emergency Transportation.
  • Evaluation and Assessment.
  • Individual, Group and Family Therapy and Counseling.
  • Inpatient Hospital Services.

Is there a regional center in Arizona? ›

The EB5 Affiliate Network State of Arizona Regional Center covers the entire state of Arizona, including the three largest cities in the state. Phoenix is the capital and the most populous city in the state.

How much does permanent disability pay in Arizona? ›

For a partial disability, the claimant can receive 55 percent of his or her average monthly wage. For a total disability, he or she can receive 66 percent of his or her average monthly wage.

What conditions qualify for disability Arizona? ›

Medical eligibility for SSDI and SSI is the same. To be considered disabled, you must be unable to do a substantial amount of work, or what Social Security calls "substantial gainful activity" (SGA). The ability to earn $1,310 per month or more (in 2021) is considered being able to do SGA.

How do I get DDD? ›

To receive DDD services an individual must: Apply and become eligible for *Medicaid, and MUST maintain eligibility.
FCA evaluates an individual's abilities in the following seven areas:
  1. Ability to live independently.
  2. Communication.
  3. Economic Self Sufficiency.
  4. Learning.
  5. Mobility.
  6. Self-Care.
  7. Self-Direction.

What does DDD stand for? ›

Defined Daily Dose (DDD)

Can I get paid to stay home with my autistic child in Arizona? ›

The Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) now offers a new way to support families who need Habilitation and Attendant Care services for their child. If you are unable to find enough help from other providers, you can now be paid to provide those services yourself.

Who pays for disability in Arizona? ›

Unlike some other states, Arizona doesn't contribute to the SSI compensation. The program relies on federal funds, and recipients can receive up to $749 per month.

Does SSDI count as income for Ahcccs? ›

Social security benefits are counted for all MA programs as unearned income. Ongoing benefits are paid monthly. For back pay received as a lump sum see MA604.

What is the Medicaid program in Arizona called? ›

The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents.

What is the life expectancy in Arizona? ›

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report Tuesday said life expectancy in Arizona fell from 78.8 years in 2019 to 76.3 in 2020.

How many Level 1 trauma centers are in Arizona? ›

Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center, John C. Lincoln Medical Center and Deer Valley Medical Center are three of eight trauma centers in Arizona to earn the highest designation by the American College of Surgeons.

What is the most you can get for permanent disability? ›

In general, most people get between $910 and $1,310 each month. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), the average monthly payout for qualified individuals is $1,277 for 2021. Those who earned a high income during their years working could get as much as $3,148 per month in benefits.

How do you know if your disability is permanent and total? ›

How to Know When Your Disability Rating is Permanent. Take a look at the decision letter VA sent you when granting benefits (i.e., your Rating Decision's Notice of Action letter). On some Rating Decisions, there is a Permanent and Total box that will be checked if your 100% disability is permanent.

What pays more Social Security or permanent disability? ›

If you're comparing these two types of Social Security benefits, then you should know that typically the SSDI benefits pay more. In fact, disability in this scenario is, on average, more than double the benefits you would receive from SSI benefits.

What disqualifies a person from disability? ›

Making Too Much Money. To qualify for disability benefits, a person must not be able to engage in substantial gainful activity (SGA) earning up to a certain amount. If you are able to make more than the SGA, then you will not qualify. For 2022 the threshold is $1,350 per month.

Is anxiety a disability? ›

Anxiety disorders like OCD, panic disorders, phobias, or PTSD are considered a disability. Therefore, they can qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Individuals must prove that it is so debilitating that it prevents them from working.

What medical conditions are considered disabilities? ›

Special senses and speech, such as impaired hearing, sight or speech. Respiratory illnesses, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis. Cardiovascular illnesses, such as arrhythmia, congenital heart disease and heart failure. Digestive system, such as bowel or liver disease.

Can DDD be debilitating? ›

Without appropriate treatment, degenerative disc disease can cause lasting, debilitating back pain. The pain may become so severe that you find it difficult to carry out your normal daily activities. It can interfere with your mobility and your overall quality of life.

What is DDD in physical therapy? ›

Definition/Description. Degenerative disc disease (DDD) represents a wide category of back pain resulting from or associated with the degeneration of intervertebral discs. It involves a process where the intervertebral discs lose height and hydration.

What is DDD program in NJ? ›

DDD administers two Medicaid waiver programs, the Supports Program and Community Care Program. Through enrollment in one of these programs, individuals can receive home and community based services based on their assessed needs and individualized budget.

What is DDD pattern? ›

Domain-Driven Design(DDD) is a collection of principles and patterns that help developers craft elegant object systems. Properly applied it can lead to software abstractions called domain models. These models encapsulate complex business logic, closing the gap between business reality and code.

What is DDD in dating? ›

DDF is an acronym, used on dating websites or personal ads, that stands for drug disease free or drug and disease free.

What is DDD trend? ›

DDD is the "joke" version of No Nut November: Once November is over, you'll engage in Destroy D--k December, where you pleasure yourself excessively.

How much does a child with autism get from SSI? ›

So, how much is a disability check for autism? There isn't a simple answer to this question because every child and their parents will be treated as an individual case, and this will impact how much they receive each month. Currently, the full benefit amount is $841 a month.

How much does a Family Caregiver get paid in Arizona? ›

These charts show the average base salary (core compensation), as well as the average total cash compensation for the job of Family Caregiver in Phoenix, AZ. The base salary for Family Caregiver ranges from $122,434 to $176,539 with the average base salary of $148,538.

Does a child with autism qualify for SSI? ›

A child applying with autism will have to apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, which are for people with disabilities and with very little income. Because children do not work, parents' income will be taken into consideration when applying for SSI benefits on behalf of a child with autism.

How much is disability a month in Arizona? ›

SSDI payments range on average between $800 and $1,800 per month.

How much is a disability check in Arizona? ›

Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) Participants

Your LTD benefit will pay up to 66-2/3% of your income earnings during your disability as determined by Broadspire Services, Inc. and based on supporting medical documentation.

How much is SSI disability per month in Arizona? ›

If you qualify for SSI, you get monthly cash payments to help you pay for your basic needs. A person who is single can get up to $841 per month in benefits. You also get Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) health coverage automatically, without having to file a separate application.

What is the highest income to qualify for Medicaid 2022? ›

Income Limit in Most States

Most states — 38 and Washington, D.C. — have the same income limit of $2,523 per month for a single person for most types of Medicaid services. For a married couple, the limit increases to $5,046 in most cases.

What is monthly income limit for AHCCCS? ›

Income Limits
Household SizeGross Monthly Income Limit Effective 02/01/2022
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How much can I make and still qualify for AHCCCS? ›

Income. If your family's income is at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) ($18,754 per year for an individual in 2022, $38,295 for a family of four), you may qualify for AHCCCS.

What is the highest income to qualify for Medicaid? ›

Federal Poverty Level thresholds to qualify for Medicaid

The Federal Poverty Level is determined by the size of a family for the lower 48 states and the District of Columbia. For example, in 2022 it is $13,590 for a single adult person, $27,750 for a family of four and $46,630 for a family of eight.

How do I get free health insurance in Arizona? ›

Arizona Medicaid

The state's Medicaid program is called the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Depending on your income, you may qualify for free or low-cost coverage through AHCCCS.

Does Arizona have an asset limit for Medicaid? ›

In 2022, the CSRD allows the community spouse (the non-applicant spouse) to retain 50% of the couples' assets, up to a maximum of $137,400, as the chart indicates above. If the non-applicant's half of the assets is under $27,480, 100% of the assets, up to $27,480 can be kept by the non-applicant.

What race lives longest? ›

Racial gaps in life expectancy have long been recognized. The same CDC data show that nationally, Hispanic Americans have the longest life expectancy, followed by white and then Black Americans.

What's the life expectancy of a 76 year old woman? ›

Life Expectancy Tables
AgeLife Expectancy-MaleLife Expectancy-Female
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What state has lowest lifespan? ›

These are the states with the shortest total life expectancy at birth in 2020, according to CDC data.
  • South Carolina. Total life expectancy: 74.8 years. ...
  • New Mexico. Total life expectancy: 74.5 years. ...
  • Oklahoma. Total life expectancy: 74.1 years. ...
  • Arkansas. Total life expectancy: 73.8 years. ...
  • Tennessee. ...
  • Kentucky. ...
  • Alabama. ...
  • Louisiana.
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What day is the mall least busy? ›

The least busy times of day for shoppers are before 9 a.m. — often a time set aside for vulnerable shoppers — and after 8 p.m., with stores often closing at 9 p.m. to clean and restock during the pandemic. That means the safest times to shop would be early morning or later evening hours on Tuesday or Sunday.

What is the most luxurious mall? ›

#1- The Dubai Mall, Dubai United Arab Emirates

This is also one of the Most Luxurious Shopping Centers In The World. With more than 80 million visitors every year, This place currently holds the record as the most visited luxury shopping center in the world.

Which is the No 1 mall in the world? ›

Dubai Mall is the world's largest destination for shopping, entertainment and leisure, located next to the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

What is the best trauma hospital in the United States? ›

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center—Temple Trauma Center Recognized among the Best in North America.

What is the busiest trauma center in the United States? ›

Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center

With 17,000 trauma visits and over 6,000 of those patients admitted, MH-TMC has been described as the busiest trauma center in the United States. This trauma volume and acuity allow our residents to become experts in treating both critical and ambulatory trauma patients.

What's the highest trauma level? ›

Level I Trauma Center

Level 1 is the highest or most comprehensive care center for trauma, capable of providing total care for every aspect of injury – from prevention through rehabilitation.

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What is the maximum income to qualify for AHCCCS in Arizona? ›

AHCCCS offers health insurance for adult relatives who are living with and caring for a child under 19 years old and who meet income and eligibility requirements.
Income Limits.
Household SizeGross Monthly Income Limit Effective 02/01/2022
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How much can you make to qualify for access in AZ? ›

Income. If your family's income is at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) ($18,754 per year for an individual in 2022, $38,295 for a family of four), you may qualify for AHCCCS.

Who is eligible to receive money from the Arizona recovery fund? ›

The Recovery Fund is governed by statute and available only to claimants who own and occupy, or intend to occupy, residential property. In some circumstances, the Recovery Fund is also available to lessees of residential real property and homeowners' or unit owners' associations as defined by A.R.S. § 32-1132(B).

How does disability work in Arizona? ›

Your LTD benefit will pay up to 66-2/3% of your income earnings during your disability as determined by Broadspire Services, Inc. and based on supporting medical documentation. Your benefits may be subject to an offset based on Social Security payments, retirement benefits and other disability benefits.

What is the highest income to qualify for Medicaid 2022? ›

Income Limit in Most States

Most states — 38 and Washington, D.C. — have the same income limit of $2,523 per month for a single person for most types of Medicaid services. For a married couple, the limit increases to $5,046 in most cases.

How long can I stay on AHCCCS? ›

Do not voluntarily withdraw from AHCCCS Health Insurance just because your earnings increase. Medical coverage may continue for up to 12 months when: Your family received AHCCCS Health Insurance benefits in Arizona in three of the last six months; AND.

How much money can you make and still get food stamps in Arizona? ›

SNAP Max Income for Food Stamps Oct. 1, 2019, through Sept. 30, 2020
Household SizeGross Monthly Income Limits (130% of poverty)Net Monthly Income Limits (100% of poverty)
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What is the income limit for food stamps in Arizona 2022? ›

Income limit for the SNAP program

One person in the household: $25,760. Two people in the household: $34,840. Three people in the household: $43,920.

What is the highest income to qualify for Medicaid? ›

Federal Poverty Level thresholds to qualify for Medicaid

The Federal Poverty Level is determined by the size of a family for the lower 48 states and the District of Columbia. For example, in 2022 it is $13,590 for a single adult person, $27,750 for a family of four and $46,630 for a family of eight.

How much is low income in Arizona? ›

Median Income: $88,800
Classification1 person3 person
Extremely Low (30 %)$18,550$23,850
Very Low (50%)$30,950$39,750
Low (80%)$49,500$63,600

How long does it take to get approved for cash assistance in AZ? ›

A decision will be made, at the latest, 45 days from the application date. When a decision is made regarding your case, you will be mailed a letter with the results. You can also monitor the status of your application online at Health-e-Arizona Plus or MyFamilyBenefits.

How long does it take to get missing money in Arizona? ›

Once I file a claim how, long does it take to receive my funds? ​​​​​​​ Claims are processed within 90 days of receipt.

Is there a grant for Arizona? ›

The U.S. government and Arizona's office of finance has set aside $14,479.00 million dollars in federal grants and $12,997.00 million dollars in other types of government financial assistance for citizens who reside in the state of Arizona.

What benefits can I get if I'm disabled? ›

In this section
  • Check what benefits to claim if you're sick or disabled.
  • Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Personal Independence Payment.
  • Disability Living Allowance for children.
  • Attendance Allowance.
  • Carer's Allowance.
  • If you're an adult on Disability Living Allowance.

What is the average amount a person gets on disability? ›

How Much You Can Receive In Disability Benefits? As of the 2022 totals, the most you can receive from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is $3,450. The average SSDI payment is about $1,200, but there are several factors that come into play when determining how much you will receive in monthly benefits.

How much is disability a month in Arizona? ›

SSDI payments range on average between $800 and $1,800 per month.


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