My 97 year old mom moved into an ACLF 2 years ago with a promise that she would get on the Medicaid Diversion program within 6 months. Obviously that did not happen. I finally got her on Medicaid by doing all the paper work. She still has not received any financial aid by means of Medicaid and now has a share of cost to meet. Her doctor visits are minimal so meeting the share of costs is impossible. She has acute lymphoma, COPD, obesity, incontinence, and needs help with her RDL services. A new contract for living at the facility which includes her level of care was signed in October, 2014. On April 14, 2014 a new care plan ( which did not change from the existing care plan) was initiated and she was given an increase in her cost of living by $500.00 without terminating the existing contract which doesn't expire until October 30, 2015. Eldercare can not help her. Medicaid cannot help her. She has no money to hire an attorney. Is there any service available to help her with this legal question without having to put out money up front. Must she pay the increase or can she get evicted?. Are there any services available for people of this age?