Medicaid is a partnership between federal and state governments that provides free or low-cost health insurance coverage for low-income people, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and some children. Children may also be covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Medicaid is currently the largest provider of health insurance to low income individuals in the U.S.
The health services and benefits provided by Medicaid vary by state but typically include primary care, outpatient and inpatient hospital services, lab tests, x-ray services, and prescription drug coverage. Programs also may include coverage of women's’ health issues including breast and cervical cancer screenings and treatment as well as various options for pregnant women.
Certain public plans are targeted for those with low-income people, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and some children. Learn more about these programs and see if your family qualifies. Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
Community Health Centers are non-profit clinics designed to serve those who are uninsured or underinsured. Learn more about these non-profit clinics and the type of care they provide.
|District of Columbia||D.C. Medicaid|
|Maryland||Maryland Medical Assistance|
|Michigan||Michigan Department of Health and Human Service|
|Minnesota||Minnesota Medical Assistance|
|Mississippi||Mississippi Health Benefits|
|New Hampshire||New Hampshire Medicaid|
|New Jersey||New Jersey FamilyCare|
|New Mexico||New Mexico Medicaid|
|New York||New York Medicaid|
|North Carolina||North Carolina Medicaid|
|North Dakota||North Dakota Medicaid|
|Oregon||Oregon Health Plan|
|South Carolina||Healthy Connections|
|South Dakota||South Dakota Medicaid|
|West Virginia||West Virginia Medicaid|
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