The most common Medicaid programs for adults are:
- Long Term Care Medicaid (LTC): Helps pay cost for care in a facility that primarily provides inpatient medical care.
- Medicaid for the Blind or Visually Impaired (MAB): Medical coverage for blind or visually impaired people of any age who are blind according to the definition given by the Social Security Administration and meet the specified income requirements.
- Medicaid for Community Alternatives Program (M-CAP): Pays costs of in-home nursing care for those persons wishing to remain in the home instead of going to a nursing facility.
- Medicaid for Disabled Citizens (MAD): Medical coverage for people of any age who are unable to work due to a disability that is expected to last at least 12 months and meet the specified income requirements.
- Medicaid for Older Citizens (MAA): Medical coverage for people 65 or older whose income is below the specified limits.
- Medicare Qualified Beneficiary (MQB): Partial coverage for people receiving Medicare, also known as Medicare-Aid
- Special Assistance to the Disabled (SAD): Medical coverage for clients in rest homes or adult care homes who meet specified income requirements.