If you are looking to apply for Medicaid in Michigan then read the information below. Though we try to provide accurate information please note this is for informational purposes. We recommend you contact your Michigan Medicaid Office to verify these eligibility requirements.
Michigan Medicaid Overview
Medicaid is a program that offers is for eligible persons who need help paying their medical bills.
Michigan Medicaid Eligibility
Enrollees must be U.S. citizens or qualified aliens living in Michigan.
Medicaid Income Requirements In Michigan
Pregnant women and infants ages 0 to 1: 185% FPL.
Children ages 1 to 18: 150% FPL.
Parents/caretakers living with children ages 0 to 18: 64% FPL.
Childless adults: 45% FPL.
Aged, blind, and disabled: 100% FPL with asset limit of $2,000 for singles and $3,000 for couples.
Medically-needy: Monthly income limit varies by region, from $341 to $4081 for singles, and $458 to $5,411 for couples. Asset limit of $2,000 for singles and $3,000 for couples.
Documents You May Need
Proof of income
Proof of pregnancy if you are pregnant
Proof of deductions and expenses for childcare, dependent care, elderly care, etc.
Proof you live in Michigan
Proof of Citizenship, status as U.S. National, or Immigration Status
Medicaid Coverage In Michigan
Benefits include ambulance, dental, doctor visits, family planning, health checkups, hearing and speech, home healthcare, hospice, hospitalization, lab and x-rays, immunizations, medical supplies, nursing home care, medicine, mental health care, personal care services, prenatal care, surgery, vision, substance abuse treatment, physical therapy.