If you are looking to apply for Medicaid in Nevada then read the information below. Though we try to provide accurate information please note this is for informational purposes. We recommend you contact your Nevada Medicaid Office to verify these eligibility requirements.
Nevada Medicaid Overview
If you have a health condition that has prevented you from getting an individual health plan, but don't have access to employer-based coverage, you may be eligible for insurance through the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Welfare and Supportive Services.
Nevada Medicaid Eligibility
Enrollees must be U.S. citizens or qualified aliens and live in Nevada.
Medicaid Income Requirements In Nevada
Pregnant women: 185% FPL.
Infants ages 0 to 1: 133% FPL.
Children ages 1 to 5: 133% FPL.
Children ages 6 to 18: 100% FPL.
Aged, blind, and disabled singles: Asset limit of $2,000 for all; aged, living independently up to 86% FPL; blind, living independently up to 87% FPL; disabled, up to 75% FPL.
Aged, blind, and disabled couples: Aged, living independently, up to 89% FPL; blind, living independently, up to 114% FPL; disabled up to 83% FPL.
Parents/caretakers living with children ages 0 to 18: Nonworking, 25% FPL; working, 86% FPL.
Documents You May Need
Proof of identification
Proof you live in Nevada
Proof of income
Proof of expenses
Medicaid Coverage In Nevada
Coverage includes diagnoses, (services to find out what's wrong), physician services, check-ups, (medical and dental), family planning, maternity, prenatal and newborn care, prescriptions, hospital services, comfort care, hospice dental services, drug and alcohol treatment and mental services.