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Medicaid for Pregnant Women
You may apply for any of the programs in this handout using the single streamline Medicaid application. Children may be living in one or two parent families. You may also apply for unrelated children as long as they are living in your home, and you provide parental care and support. For fast service, you may apply on-line at www.insurealabama.org. You may also mail your application. For a paper application, call 1-800-362-1504 or visit Medicaid’s website at www.medicaid.alabama.gov. If you cannot apply online or by mail, you can apply in person at your local county health department, federally qualified health care center or some local hospitals.
- Must be a U.S. citizen or be in satisfactory immigration status
- Meet income guidelines
- Income of all people included in the “family size” is counted
- Pregnant women under age 19 may receive full Medicaid coverage if the parent’s income is counted and they meet the income guidelines for a child.
- Pregnant women will receive full Medicaid coverage if they meet the income guidelines.
Find Out More!
Applications and Forms
Income Limits for 2018
Qualifying for Medicaid
All Kids Program website
Frequently Asked Questions about Applying and Qualifying for Medicaid
What documents are needed to prove citizenship status?
How is Household Income Calculated? Household income is calculated based on the Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) methodology. Household income is the sum of the MAGI-based income of every individual included in the individual’s household. The total income of a household will equal the MAGI of all individuals in the household size regardless of whether or not they file taxes.
How is Family Size Determined? Family size is the number of persons counted as members of an individual’s household. The family size of the household is determined by counting those who are included on the family federal income tax form. The number of individuals expected to be claimed on the federal income tax return determines family size.
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Meals for Kids Program
Summer Meals : There are hundreds of meal sites around USA with free meals for kids and teens ages 1-18. Summer meal programs may serve a combination of lunch, breakfast, supper and morning or afternoon snacks. Some programs also offer learning activities for kids before or after meals. Use the link below to find a site near you. Summer Meals Map