Look, just provide what they're asking for -- it's required and you can't talk them out of doing the bureaucratic thing. Insurance whether dealing with private enterprise or with the gov't is complicated, and they have to get it right.
Wasn't exactly the same from it was a different one and things need from me like mail of where I live from my employee, but that's the thing I don't even have a job and also they're asking about ssi forms which I'm not even on.
They probably DO require proof of address, which could be given by submitting any kind of bill in your name with that address on it.
I think your best bet is to call them and ask specifically what they need from you and where you're at in the approval process. I agree with IL above that this can sometimes be a lengthy process, and there is no guarantee your application will be approved.
Are you on disability? When was the last time you had a job? Are you LOOKING for a job?
Tell your GF that there isn't much to do except provide them with the requested info and then wait. Sure it's frustrating, but honestly, it's not something worth stressing over as it's out of your control.
While you're waiting, contact your county's human services department (or similar) and find out what's available to you in terms of free or low cost mental health treatment. Those kinds of agencies can usually be found in the "blue" pages of your phone book, where those kinds of services are listed, or a result of a google search.
There will absolutely be resources available to you, you just have to do some searching. The county I live in offers a community based mental health treatment program that includes psychiatrists, therapy, family therapy, child/teen psych help, etc.
Everyone is required to apply for assistance, all they basically need is a copy of the welfare form indicating what kind of coverage that person has, or a denial letter, in which case they still offer services at a very affordable rate, and they are very flexible with payment plans. They will literally allow a patient to be seen, even if they can only afford to put a dollar or two towards their bill. I would encourage you to look into what's available in your county. I guarantee you there is something similar. It would be great for you to get the ball rolling rather than just waiting on the Medicaid, as that can take a while.
Best of luck, let us know how it turns out.
If the new form was the same as the one they sent before they may
have sent it in error. It might be worthwhile to contact them. If the form
was different in regards to the specifics of the proof of the information it requested that may be one reason. However it should provide
the information on the form that explained. You can contact
the local office that you are dealing with or if they haven't assigned
you to one yet the national toll free information number. That number
would be on their website.
The application process sometimes takes some time.
If you are denied at any point the decision can be appealed.
As long as you meet the eligibility criteria and have the specific
proof they need it shouldn't be a concern.