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On June 17, 2013, Governor Brewer signed into law her Medicaid Restoration Plan. The
Restoration Plan restores coverage to Childless Adults between 0-100% of the Federal
Poverty Level (FPL) as well as provide coverage for those between 100-133% FPL. Coverage
begins January 1, 2014. Applicants are encouraged to use the Health-e-Arizona Plus online
application to apply. To apply for coverage or learn more about the Governor’s Restoration
Plan, please visit the links below:
Medicaid Moving Forward
Due to the budget crisis in Arizona, the State "froze” new enrollment in
the AHCCCS Care program for Childless Adults, beginning July 8, 2011. There are two
exceptions where individuals will be moved to the Childress Adult program and
continue their AHCCCS eligibility:
This means that, except for the persons described above,
no new applications for Childless Adults for the AHCCCS Care program will be
accepted after July 7, 2011. However, you can still apply. DES will review your
application first, to determine if you/your family may be eligible for AHCCCS Health
Insurance in another program. If a Childless Adult appears eligible for AHCCCS for
people with a disability, the application will be sent to the SSI MAO Office for
AHCCCS offers health insurance for adults without children. For those who qualify,
there are no monthly premiums.
To learn more, select one of the following:
The applicant may qualify for this program if the applicant:
This chart shows how much money the applicant can receive each month before taxes
(gross income limit) and other deductions are subtracted.
It is also important to know that if someone is working, AHCCCS may subtract an
amount for work expenses.
Income limits changes every April 1.
If the applicant is under age 21 and was in DES Foster Care on the child's 18th
birthday, the person may qualify for AHCCCS Health Insurance regardless of how much
money the person makes.
Please use the Applicants Menu on the left for information
about how to apply, covered services, available health plans, and additional resources.
For other questions, please contact us.