Connecticut Home Care Financial Assistance
Financial Assistance for CT Home Care
Long Term Care Insurance:
Guardian Angels HomeCare is an approved Provider for the following long term care insurance companies – this is a partial list:
- Mutual of Omaha
- Mass Mutual
- Met Life
We are credentialed and preferred by most insurance companies, many not shown here. If you do not see your long term insurance carrier on this list, call us as companies often will change names when they are acquired by another. And, with our company's experience and extensive credentials it is likely we can be quickly approved for your specific insurance carrier, if it is not already listed here. We can discuss your specific insurance coverage and carrier to work with you.
The VA provides a reimbursement benefit for homecare for the Veteran and his/her widow/widower spouse for which you may be eligible. Guardian Angels is a leading provider for the VA benefit and we have, at NO cost to you, a VA Benefits Advocate who can discuss your eligibility and assist with the paperwork. As of 2014, this benefit can provide up to over $2,000 per month +/- and is retroactive to date of application.
The Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE):
This program is both state & federally funded and is administered by the Connecticut Dept. of Social Services (DSS) through 5 regional not-for-profit agencies. Guardian Angels HomeCare is an approved provider for all 5 regions and works with your Case Manager – if you are already approved. We have included the State's website for those agencies at the bottom of this page.
Title 19 Program:
Guardian Angels HomeCare is an approved provider for the Title 19 program and works closely with Connecticut Community Care to provide services.
If you are not already approved for either of these programs, please call our office for assistance in obtaining information. Or visit Connecticut Community Care, Inc. for more information on Title 19.
Our terms are 2 week deposit with either credit card or EFT (electronic check transaction). Deposit is credited against the first week of care and ongoing weekly billing after the first week, detailed invoices provided weekly to the client or family.