Medicare Benefits Counseling & Informational Seminars
Medicare Benefits Counseling
Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance (VICAP)
Medicare can be confusing. Senior Services is here to help!! We can save you money!
Whether you live in metro South Hampton Roads, Franklin, Suffolk, Isle of Wight or Southampton Counties, Senior Services’ certified Benefits Counselors are available to help you sort through your options and assist you in applying for the benefits to which you are entitled.
Senior Services' VICAP Certified Medicare Benefits Counselors can help you:
- Apply for Medicare Benefits
- File Medicare Claims and resolve billing issues
- Enroll in a Medicare Prescription Drug Program (Part D)
- Choose a Medicare Advantage Plan
- Understand your Medicare premiums
- Find the best Long-term Care Insurance plan for your needs
Senior Services offers one-on-one counseling sessions as well as informational seminars. There is no charge for these services.
Call today to learn more or to schedule a one-on-one,
confidential counseling session.
If you live in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth or Virginia Beach, call 757-222-4524 for a list of community presentation dates.
*Senior Services Benefits Counseling program in the metro South Hampton Roads cities including Suffolk receives support from the United Way of South Hampton Roads.
If you live in Franklin, Suffolk, Isle of Wight or Southampton Counties, call Medicare Resource Specialists, Bonnie Dozier at 757-449-8706 or email email@example.com.
- If you live in Franklin, Suffolk, Isle of Wight or Southampton Counties,
here is the list of Medicare informational presentations in Western Tidewater.
*The MedCare Access program in Western Tidewater is funded through a grant from the Obici Healthcare Foundation.
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