Medicare beneficiaries in Connecticut have access to one of the better drug help programs in the United States. Drug help programs are based on income and assets. In Connecticut however, the lowest level of drug help is called ALMB and is only based on income. It does not take assets into account.
To qualify for ALMB an individual must make less than $2,308.88 a month. This amount is raised for a couple to $3,127.28 a month. There is no asset limit for this level of drug help in Connecticut. For a list of the different RX programs and the income level for each Medicare Savings Program Income Levels
For those that qualify for the program, there are substantial benefits and cost savings. Qualifying members are no longer subject to the Donut Hole and do not pay their part B Medicare premium. They also can not pay more than $2.50 for generic drugs and $6.30 for name brand drugs.
Call our office today if you wish to discuss the program further. We can help you determine if your income is within range. We also have applications (only 3 pages) and can help you fill them out. Call Ed Crowe at 860-992-4494 or email [email protected]