- Marian Manor
- Vincentian de Marillac
- Vincentian Home
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- Vincentian Villa
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- Vincentian Child Development Center
- Vincentian Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
- Senior Living Options
- Rehabilitation & Therapy
- Child Care
- Giving & Volunteering
Our residents pay for their care at Vincentian Collaborative System facilities through a variety of methods. These fit into three major categories:
Individuals often have the personal financial resources to pay for all or part of the necessary care.
Some individuals have previously purchased long-term care policies – offered by many insurance companies – that subsidize all or part of their cost of care when it becomes necessary.
Most individuals are eligible for aid provided by local, state, and federal government agencies. Such aid includes, but is not limited to:
Medicare Federal insurance for those over the age of 65
Part A—covers costs for facilities and their services
Part B—covers costs for physicians and medical services; a fee is charged for Part B coverage
Medicaid A joint federal and state medical assistance program that is needs-based.
If you are seeing admission to a nursing facility from home or from a personal care facility and do not have funds to pay for the needed care, you can apply for medical assistance (Medicaid) prior to admission to the nursing facility. You may obtain medical assistance by contacting the Pennsylvania Department on Aging or the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.
For your further information, we have compiled a list of answers to frequently asked questions about financing. But the best way to determine your individual financial profile, or to find the most appropriate way to finance care for your loved one, is to speak with an admissions coordinator at a Vincentian Collaborative System facility. Please contact us to set up an appointment; the earlier the better.