Information for our Clients, their Family Members and Caregivers

Chances are you've been referred to us because you are about to receive a settlement in a class action or personal injury lawsuit. However, you need to protect your eligibility for governmental assistance programs, such as Medicaid and SSI. As if the litigation and settlement process weren't lengthy and frustrclient_imageating enough, you now face the reality that in order to keep your Medicaid, SSI, and similar benefits, you have to turn your money over to a trust — with someone else as Trustee. We understand that this can be infuriating, insulting, and painful. We cannot change the law, but we can help you navigate the waters.

By placing your assets in a Special Needs Trust, you can choose to spend your money at your pace on items and services that you actually need and want. The National Foundation for Special Needs Integrity's pooled trust program offers you the best possible combination of flexibility, energy, legal expertise, experience with government agencies, and genuine compassion and understanding.

This commitment results in superior customer service with a focus on friendliness, expertise, efficiency and focused attention on those we serve. Our people are dedicated to your well-being and satisfaction. We are good at what we do, because it is all we do. We don't dabble in any other enterprise. Our focus is on you, your needs, and protecting your benefits. Put our promise to the test. We mean what we say. Give us a call if you have any questions. You'll be surprised at how easy we make it to establish and use your Special Needs Trust.

    What sets us apart:
  • Our experienced, caring disbursement coordinators
  • No trust too small or too large
  • Fastest turnaround time
  • No limits on transactions
  • No monthly limits

If you are interested in a trust that is established by a third party, such as a grandparent, parent, relative, or friend for the benefit of a loved one with a disability, you can find more information here.

Of course you'll have questions, and following are a few links you will find beneficial:

~ What can I buy?
~ Frequently asked questions (FAQ's)






The National Foundation for Special Needs Integrity, Inc. is a public charity tax-exempt pursuant to §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations to The National Foundation for Special Needs Integrity, Inc. are tax deductible.