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I'm pregnant and need health insurance.
Medicaid for Pregnant Women provides health care services for low-income pregnant women.
Services offered include prenatal visits, prenatal vitamins, labor and delivery and postpartum care.
I'm pregnant and need health insurance, but I can't get Medicaid.
CHIP Perinatal is a similar program for pregnant women who can't get Medicaid and don't have health insurance.
CHIP Perinatal includes prenatal visits, prenatal vitamins, labor and delivery and postpartum care.
To find out if you can get CHIP Perinatal, apply for Medicaid and we'll determine if you qualify.
I don't have health insurance, and I need family planning services.
Healthy Texas Women provides health and family planning services to low-income, uninsured women age 15 through 44.
I don't have health insurance, and I need breast or cervical cancer screening services.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Services provides breast and cervical screening and diagnostic services for women.
Services include breast and pelvic examinations, mammograms, pap tests and more.
BCCS providers also help women apply for Medicaid for Breast and Cervical Cancer.
I have breast or cervical cancer, and I don't have health insurance.
Medicaid for Breast and Cervical Cancer provides health care services for low-income women who have breast or cervical cancer.
Services include cancer treatment, lab tests, hospital care and service coordination provided by a nurse.
You must contact a Breast and Cervical Cancer Services provider who can help you apply.