What Can We Help You Find?
I'm a low-income parent, and I need health care for my child.
Children's Medicaid is a health care program for children in low-income families. Services include regular checkups with a doctor, dentist visits, and medicine and vaccines.
I need health care for my children, but I make too much money to get Medicaid.
Children's Health Insurance Program is a health care program for children whose families earn too much to get Medicaid but can't afford insurance.
CHIP offers many of the same services as Medicaid but does not cover long-term services and supports.
To find out if you can get CHIP, apply for Medicaid and we'll determine if you qualify.
I'm a low-income parent of a child with a disability, and I need health care and long-term services and supports for my child.
Children's Medicaid and Medicaid for the Elderly and People with Disabilities can provide health care and long-term services and supports, including help with activities of daily living and nursing, to children with disabilities.
When you apply, we'll ask you about your income and your child's disability to help determine which programs your child might be able to get.
My child has a disability, but I make too much money to get Medicaid.
Medicaid Buy-In for Children lets families of children with disabilities "buy-in" to Medicaid.
I'm a parent or caretaker of a child getting Medicaid, and I need health insurance.
Medicaid for Parents and Caretakers is a health care program for some low-income adults caring for a child who has Medicaid.
I can get health insurance for my family through my employer, but I can't afford the premiums.
Health Insurance Premium Payment is a program that helps adults with a family member on Medicaid pay for their employer-sponsored health insurance premiums.