Michigan Medicare Assistance Program (MMAP)

Medicare and Medicaid can be confusing and often people have questions regarding coverage, prescription plans, eligibility or more. Our MMAP program is here to help you. Read on to learn more.

Click here to view 2023 Medicare updates.

Click here to view our MMAP flyer.

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Who are MMAP Counselors?

MMAP (pronounced “map”) is a free counseling service for Medicare and/or Medicaid beneficiaries and their caregivers. MMAP services are provided by trained and certified counselors.

Who are MMAP Counselors?

  • AAANM staff members or volunteers who receive specialized training in the rules and regulations regarding Medicare, Medicaid and other related insurance products.
  • Not associated with any health insurance company therefore providing you with unbiased information and assistance.
  • Serve and advocate in an objective and confidential manner. 

A MMAP Counselor can help you:

  • Understand Medicaid eligibility, enrollment, products, coverage, claims and appeals.
  • Review your Medicare supplemental (“Medigap”) insurance needs and pursue claims and refunds.
  • Explain and compare Medicare Health and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans.
  • Identify resources for prescription drug assistance.
  • Determine eligibility and help you enroll in Medicare Savings Programs.
  • Understand doctor bills, hospital bills, and Medicare Summary Notices.
  • Explore long term care financing options – including long term care insurance.
  • Report Medicare fraud and abuse.
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For more information, visit the sites listed below:

Call 1-800-803-7174 to talk with a local MMAP counselor.


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