Good news! Medicaid covers incontinence supplies!
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Enter the name of the person who needs incontinence supplies.
Quantity used per day (including night)
Please enter the doctor you've spoken to about incontinence
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Please enter the mailing address as listed on the insurance plan.
Please enter the address where we should deliver the supplies.
Note: We cannot ship to PO boxes.
The birthdate you entered indicates these supplies are for someone under 18 years of age. If you accidentally entered the wrong birthdate, simply click the blue back button to re-enter it.
If you are getting supplies for someone under 18, please call us. If you are under 18 and are trying to get supplies for yourself, please have your legal guardian call us.
Only Medicaid and a few private health insurance plans currently offer coverage of incontinence
*If you have private insurance, you can check to see if your plan covers incontinence products.
While we're always adding new health plans, we are not currently in-network with your state's Medicaid.
We may be able to help with other supplies, such as Diabetes, Urology, Ostomy, or Wound Care. To learn more, click the link below.
We are verifying your insurance and will collect the paperwork from your doctor.
We'll send you updates about your order.
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Once complete, your order of will be shipped to you.
Our team is working on your supply order now. For questions about your order's progress, please call us at 1-800-867-4412.
Business Hours: M-Th: 8am - 7pm, ET Fri: 8am - 6pm, ET
Home Care Delivered cannot provide you with incontinence supplies while you are in hospice care.
Incontinence supplies are commonly included as part of hospice care, which means that Medicaid will not provide
coverage for them separately. If you need supplies in hospice care, talk to the administrator of your facility.
It looks like we already have your information on file. If you have any questions or need assistance,
please contact us.
Medicaid does not cover incontinence supplies for people in a hospital or nursing facility. where these supplies are already available.
However, we can provide supplies once they've been discharged. To speak with someone about getting supplies at that time, use the link below
Need help? Call us at 866-569-5547 866-788-5181 8am-6pm, ET, Mon-Fri
Home Care Delivered, Inc. 11013 West Broad St, Glen Allen, VA 23060