Services: Check on your benefits. A free service of the National Council on Aging, a nonprofit service and advocacy program in Washington, DC.
(207) 624-8475 or 1-800-300-5000
76 Northern Avenue, Gardiner, Maine 04345, United States
Services: The Consumer Health Care Division and the Life and Health Division of the Bureau of Insurance answer questions about insurance, help with complaints about an agent, broker, or managed health-care provider, and provide publications on insurance.
450 Essex St, Bangor, ME, United States
Services: The EAAA provides consumers who have Medicare with free health insurance counseling through the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP). They offer additional information on Medicare, enroll people in the Medicare Savings Program, help people obtain insurance, and teach people how to detect and report errors. They answer questions about Medicare, prescription drug coverage through Medicare, Advantage Plans, MaineCare, Long-term Care, and other insurances. They can help people with a Medicare review and explore varied prescription drug assistance options including Medicare Part D, Lost Cost Drugs for the Elderly and Disabled, MaineCare, and Maine Rx Plus Program.