In a nutshell, I am a parent to a 20 year old daughter with Cystic Fibrosis. She was always covered by my BC/BS in MA, with a secondary of MassHealth, and treated at Childrens-Boston. 18 months ago, her high school sweetheart joined the military and moved to Buckley AFB, Aurora CO. Jacqui decided to marry him and follow him to Colorado to live her own life. At that time, she was placed under TriCare as his spouse, and began recieving treatments at the University of Colorado and National Jewish.
In the months and years to follow, a pattern of physical abuse emerged - this was documented by the Army @ Buckley and he was removed on more than one ocassion from the domicile. In other words, his abuse is documented. This pattern has led to the both of them filing for divorce. In 90 days, she will lose her apartment.
The question is this, for anyone who has ever had to deal with insurance and divorce. Will her TriCare expire on the day of the divorce? What are her options in Colorado? Is there federal coverage for disabled adults such as herself? Can she mandate her soon to be ex to maintain health insurance considering the circumstances? I have never dealt with this - if anyone has information on that scenario specifically to TriCare, I'd love to hear that also.
ANY information is appreciated of course - I appreciate your time on this one, she is my only child and I am, for lack of a better word, heartbroken.