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Arizona State Health Insurance Programs – Do You Qualify?

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Arizona Health Insurance - Individual

If you have children and you meet certain requirements, you may be able to get health care coverage for your children from the Arizona State Children’s Health Insurance Program called KidsCare.

If you are an Arizona small business of two to 50 employees and are unable to obtain insurance, you may qualify for the State–sponsored Healthcare Group of Arizona program.

 

Check to see if you qualify for one of the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System programs first.

Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System

Arizona Department of Health

AHCCCS Care

The AHCCCS Care program provides medical coverage, such as doctor's office visits, hospitalization, prescriptions, lab work, and behavioral health services.

  • The monthly income limit, after allowable income deductions, is $851 for an individual or $1,144 for a couple.
  • There is no limit on the resources or property that may be owned.
  • An individual may apply at any Department of Economic Security (DES) office.

AHCCCS Applicants – Program Information Page

AHCCCS for Families with Children (AFC)

Arizona Department of Health

AHCCCS Care

provides medical coverage, such as doctor’s office visits, hospitalization, prescriptions, lab work, and behavioral health services to families. To qualify, there must be a child in the household under the age of 18 years (or 19 years if a full–time student).

  • The monthly income limit for this program is 100% of the Federal poverty level (FPL) or $1,721 for a family of four.
  • There is no limit on the resources or property that may be owned.
  • Deductions that can be subtracted from income before comparing the family's income to the income limit includes $90 per month for each person employed and up to $200 per month for child care to enable a family member to work or seek employment.
  • An individual may apply at any Department of Economic Security (DES) office.

More About Health Insurance for Families with Children
AHCCCS Applicant Contacts

Arizona State Children’s Health Insurance Program

Arizona Department of Health

AHCCCS Care

KidsCare is Arizona's health insurance for children under 19.

Children age 18 and younger who qualify can get medical, dental and vision services -- all three services combined in one simple plan. Who can qualify? A child age 18 or younger who is:

  • The monthly income limit for this program is 100% of the Federal poverty level (FPL) or $1,721 for a family of four.
  • a resident of Arizona
  • either a U.S. citizen or a qualified eligible immigrant – regardless of the status of the parents
  • not currently covered by other health insurance
  • a member of a family that meets the KidsCare income requirements

More About Health Insurance for Children
KidsCare – Arizona’s State Children’s Health Insurance Program
AHCCCS Applicant Contacts

Baby Arizona

Arizona Department of Health

Baby Arizona is a simple, faster way for pregnant women to apply for AHCCCS medical coverage under the federal SOBRA program, a category of AHCCCS members.

Who should apply? Pregnant women who have no insurance, low income and are United States citizens, lawful permanent residents or qualified under certain immigrant categories


More About Baby Arizona
AHCCCS Applicant Contacts

Health Insurance for Individuals who are 65 or Older

Arizona Department of Health

The Medicare Cost Sharing (MCS) or Medicare Savings programs provide help with Medicare expenses for people who are age 65 or older, blind, or disabled. There is no limit on resources, such as cash, bank accounts, stocks, or bonds. Applicants for all programs must be eligible for Medicare Part A hospital insurance.


More About Health Insurance for Individuals who are 65 or Older
AHCCCS Applicant Contacts

Well Woman HealthCheck Program

Arizona Department of Health

The Well Woman HealthCheck Program is a state–wide program that provides free cancer screening to women that qualify


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AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

Arizona Department of Health

The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is responsible for the administration of ADAP for the state of Arizona. ADAP provides access to medications used to treat HIV and prevent the onset of related opportunistic infections to low-income individuals with HIV disease who have limited or no coverage from private insurance or Medicaid.


Contact information

Arizona State Program for Uninsured Small Businesses

Arizona Department of Health

If you are:

  • An uninsured small business with two to 50 employees, or
  • An uninsured government subdivision,

Healthcare Group provides a variety of healthcare coverage options for uninsured small businesses. You can pick the plan that’s right for you. Multiple benefit plan options provide choice of deductible amount and health plan, offering a comprehensive network of providers.

  • Premiums start as low as $125
  • Three quality managed care networks from which to choose with a variety of flexible benefits and co–pays
  • Can be funded by employers or paid for by employees, or both

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Arizona Department of Insurance

Arizona Department of Health

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