Medicaid – Healthcare

A service–for Medicaid-eligible children under the age of 21 and pregnantwomen–which provides a comprehensive package of health care services to promote physical health.

At-Risk Pregnancy
Services for Medicaid-eligible pregnant women to ensure utilization of all
medically-necessary services for the health and well-being of mother and child.

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
This program, also known as Healthy Start, provides medical insurance for children through age 18 years and pregnant women.

Low Income Family Medicaid (LIF)
Provides medical insurance for low-income families with minor children.

Aged, Blind or Disabled Medicaid
Provides medical insurance to individuals who are 65 and older, legally blind or disabled as determined by the Social Security Administration.

Home & Community-Based Waiver Services
Provides medical services for disabled and/or aged individuals to be cared for in their homes rather than institutionalized.

Nursing Home Medicaid
Provides medical insurance and cost of care for income and resource eligible individuals.

Resource Assessment
Helps couples determine their total countable resources for Medicaid eligibility when a spouse is in need of nursing home care or waiver services.

Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB)
Pays the Medicare premium, co-insurance and deductibles for income and resource eligible individuals and couples.

Specified Low Income Beneficiary (SLMB)
Pays the Medicare premium for income and resource eligible individuals.

Follow this link to learn more about the publicly-funded health insurance program that provides health coverage to families with low income, pregnant women, and people who are aged, blind, or who have disabilities: