For many Mountain State seniors, Medicare is an integral part of their healthcare services, particularly for the thousands of West Virginians who depend on the recently created Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit.
Many of the policies and procedures can be complicated and members of the Congresswoman's staff may be of assistance to seniors who need help understanding, navigating or managing their Medicare benefits.
Please contact her Charleston office at 304-925-5964 or send her a preliminary message by clicking here. The Congresswoman's staff will likely ask that you complete a Privacy Act Release form before they can begin your case.
You may also find helpful information at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services website.
For more information about the type of assistance Congresswoman Capito and her staff may be able to provide, please visit "How Shelley Can Help You," and for information about the Congresswoman's efforts to improve access to quality affordable healthcare, along with other programs for West Virginia seniors, please visit her legislative pages for Healthcare and Seniors.