Find out if you are eligible for Medicaid.
Medicaid has different programs available that provide health coverage for children under age 19, parents or other related adults with children under age 19, pregnant women, women diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer or pre-cancer, people aged 65 or older, people who are blind or disabled (using Social Security criteria).
Healthy Connections is SC's Medicaid program. Eligibility is determined by age, whether you are pregnant, have a disability; income and assets.
The Mississippi Division of Medicaid and the federally facilitated marketplace (FFM) has one single application for all insurance affordability programs.
Apply for KanCare, Kansas Medicaid.
Free or low-cost health insurance for families with children and pregnant women, as well as for the elderly and disabled.
Find out of you qualify for Texas Medicaid.
Pays for medical care for some low-income and medically needy individuals and families.
Provides medical services to persons who meet certain eligibility requirements.
Provides health care services to eligible elderly and disabled individuals and eligible low-income pregnant women, children and parents.
Children, pregnant women, low income non-disabled adults with children (under age 19), individuals seeking family planning services (19 years of age and older), individuals seeking behavioral health services (no age limit), and some individuals who would also qualify for the Insure Oklahoma program can apply for Medicaid.
South Dakota Medicaid helps pay for necessary medical expenses for low income individuals, families and children.
TennCare Medicaid covers children under age 21, women who are pregnant, parents or caretakers of a minor child (The child must live with you and be a close relative.), women who need treatment for breast or cervical cancer, people who get or have gotten an SSI check (Supplemental Security Income), and those in nursing homes or receiving long-term care. Each group has different income limits. To apply, please visit www.healthcare.gov
Pays for medical services for low-income pregnant women, children, individuals who are elderly or have a disability, parents and women with breast or cervical cancer. To qualify, these individuals must meet income and other eligibility requirements.
The Center for Medicare Advocacy focuses on the needs of Medicare beneficiaries, people with chronic conditions, and those in need of long-term care. The website provides a great deal of information clarifying many Medicare topics, and each year, the Center represents thousands of individuals in appeals of Medicare denials, as well as responds to approximately 7000 telephone and email inquiries.