I am sorry to hear of your trouble. I don't know your whole financial situation and I don't know alot about about medicaid. But for those of you that don't know this, for people who are disabled due to seizures and must go on SSI there is a long waiting time before you get any medical coverage. Then after you are on medical coverage and hopefully on medications that are effective, SSI kicks you out of the program because you are not having "enough seizures" anymore. So you are back to square one, you can't find a job, no insurance company will take you and you can't afford the medications, the seizures return, get the picture. This information came from my lawyer and sites from the net. We all need to take a stand and write/call our elected officials and help to change this system. If you go to www. governmentguide.com/main.adp you can type in your zip code and it will tell you all your elected reps and you can e-mail them from that site. My elected rep. in helping me with my SSI case. It's worth a try.