If you are looking to apply for Medicaid in Wyoming then read the information below. Though we try to provide accurate information please note this is for informational purposes. We recommend you contact your Wyoming Medicaid Office to verify these eligibility requirements.
Wyoming Medicaid Overview
The Medicaid (EqualityCare) program is a federal and state funded program that serves needy individuals and families who meet financial and other eligibility requirements and certain other individuals who lack adequate resources to pay for medical care.
Wyoming Medicaid Eligibility
The enrollee must be a Wyoming resident and a U.S. citizen or legal alien who has lived in the U.S. for at least 5 years.
Medicaid Income Requirements In Wyoming
Pregnant women: 133% FPL.
Children ages 0 to 5: 133% FPL.
Children ages 6 to 18: 100% FPL.
Children in foster care: 133% FPL for ages 0-5; 100% FPL for ages 6-18; children through 20 years old will still be covered if income limit is greater.
Parents/caretakers living with children ages 0 to 18: $362/month for household of one; $512 for two; $590 for three; $659 for four.
Aged, blind, and disabled: 75% FPL and with asset limit of $2,000 for singles; 83% FPL and with asset limit of $3,000 for couples.
Individuals living in nursing homes or need inpatient hospital care: $2,022/ month, with asset limit of $2,000 for singles and $3,000 for couples. $109,560 is the resource limit for couples if only one member of the couple is applying.
Documents You May Need
Proof of income
Proof of expenses
Proof of assets
Proof you live in Wyoming
Proof of citizenship/immigration status
Proof of pregnancy if you are pregnant
Social Security Number for every applicant
If you have health coverage, proof of health insurance coverage
If applicable, Power of Attorney, Guardianship, or Conservator documents
Medicaid Coverage In Wyoming
Services include but are not limited to inpatient and outpatient hospital care, nursing home care, physician services, laboratory and x-ray services, immunizations and other early and periodic screening, diagnostic, and treatment (EPSDT) services for children, family planning, health center and rural health clinic services, nurse midwife and nurse practitioner services. Treatment for special health problems like breast cancer, kidney problems, nursing home needs, and AIDS.