There are several different Medicaid programs depending on you and your family’s age, income, and special needs. When you apply for Medicaid, an eligibility specialist will determine which programs are available to you and your family.
Medicaid programs include:
Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) or Community Medicaid
This is the most common type of Medicaid, providing health insurance through Managed Care Plans to adults age 19-64, children, and families that meet eligibility and income-based requirements. Gross monthly income must fall within 138 percent of the federal poverty guidelines, and can not be receiving Medicare or Supplemental Security Income.
Categorically Needy or Aged, Blind, and Disabled (ABD)
Aged Individuals - 65 and older
Medicare Premium Assistance Programs These programs help Medicare recipients pay for monthly premiums and, in some cases, co-pays.
- Long-Term Care
These programs help pay for long-term care. There are options for home and community-based care, care in a facility, and additional services.