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     People Who Need Long Terms Services and Supports in Nursing Facilities or Community Settings

    Long Term Care

    Medicaid covers the cost of long-term care in nursing facilities for low income individuals who meet Medicaid eligibility, medical, and financial requirements.

    You can apply for long term care in the following ways:
    • Online through MDThink ​​​​​​​​​​​​
    • In person or by mail. You can go in person to or mail your completed long term care application and required documentation to:
      • ​​If you live in Baltimore City or Baltimore, Anne Arundel, or Prince George’s counties, the Bureau of Long Term Care, 346 Frederick Rd., Catonsville, MD 21228
      • If you live in other counties, your local department of social services
    ​​​Click here for the office in your county where you can apply for Long Term Care or mail your application to.
    • You can download the long term care application below to take in person or mail.

    For more information about the Long Term Care Program, click here​.

    Home and Community Based Waiver Programs

    For information about Home and Community-based Waiver Programs and how to apply, go to the HCBS homepage.​​