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Check your eligibility for Medicaid plans

Not all health insurance is created equal. That's why we're proud to offer low-cost or no-cost Medicaid plans.

Understanding Medicaid: Health Care Coverage to Support Individuals and Families in Times of Need

No one should be without health care coverage and people should know there are options that can support them in times of need regardless of their employment status, education, or background.

Medicaid is health insurance that helps people and families stay healthy when other options may not be available. Medicaid coverage means having access to important preventative health services, and for women, access to coverage for reproductive health services, including pregnancy-related care, childbirth, and postpartum care. Medicaid may also cover a range of other essential services, from mental health to mammograms - providing support you may need, when you need it most.

To find out if you’re eligible, use the ZIP search tool to find plans in your area. Be sure to click on the videos below to learn about moments where Medicaid can be there in a time of need.

Many people who do not qualify for Medicaid may still qualify for government subsidies on the marketplace.

Check your Medicaid eligibility

Baby on the way

Izzy and Josh just graduated college. On top of navigating life beyond school, they're also expecting a baby! Although they're excited about becoming parents, they realize that they need health insurance to cover Izzy's doctor visits.

Loss of a spouse or partner

Carla was a stay-at-home mom and was insured through her husband's job. Now that he is gone, she is looking for a new health care plan that works for her.

Following her dreams

Katrina is pursuing her dream of creating her own beauty vlog channel and building a social media presence. Since she just turned twenty-six, she is no longer able to get health insurance coverage through her parents' health insurance plan. Katrina realizes that she needs insurance of her own to cover her regular annual visits and preventative care.