Feb 16, 2016 ... To see if you qualify based on income, look at the chart below. Income numbers
are based on your annual - or yearly - earnings. ...
You can think of Medi-Cal as a single program that you can qualify for in many
different ways. These different ways are called eligibility categories. For example
Other individuals may also qualify but may have to pay a share of their medical
expenses each month (share-of-cost) before coverage begins. See the Coverage
Different eligibility requirements apply as new enrollees are phased in to Medi-
Cal, depending on age and income; those enrolled in some other low-income ...
You must meet income, resource (in many cases), and other eligibility
requirements in order to be eligible for Medical Assistance. These categories are
Regular No-Cost and Low-Cost Medi-Cal Services for Families and Adults ... for
child care and working expenses) must be at or below $750 to qualify.
Medi-Cal is health coverage, just like the coverage from Covered California
health plans. If you qualify for Medi-Cal, your health care will be free or at a lower
Medicaid: Medical Services: Services: Department of Human Services: State of
North Dakota. ... Medicaid Eligibility Requirements (starting January 2015).
If your family does not qualify for free Medi-Cal and has a share of cost there are
special programs, with no share of cost, available for children under 19 and ...
Eligibility rules for medical programs can be difficult to understand. ... Overview of
Medical Eligibility Requirements (PDF Version) - This publication is intended ...