Medicaid is a state/federal program that pays for medical and long-term care services for low-income pregnant women, children, certain people on Medicare, disabled individuals and nursing home residents. These individuals must meet certain income and other requirements.
Children (ages 1-5)-133% of the Federal Poverty Level
Children (Ages 6-19)-100% of the Federal Poverty Level
Pregnant Women and Infants
Pregnant Women-185% of the Federal Poverty Level
Infants (ages 0-1)-185% of the Federal Poverty Level
Non-Working Parents-28% of the Federal Poverty Level
Working Parents-35% of the Federal Poverty Level
Aged, blind, and disabled- 95% of the Federal Poverty Level
Office Visits and Family Planning Services, Hospital Care, Outpatient Services, Prescription Drugs, Eyeglasses, Home Health Services, Long Term Care Services, Inpatient Psychiatric Care, Non-Emergency Transportation Services, Chiropractic Services, Dialysis Services, Dental Extractions and Related Treatment, Durable Medical Equipment and Medical Supplies, Hospice Services
Co-payments vary between $1-10. There are no co-payments if you are under 18, pregnant, living in a nursing home, or receiving family planning services.