What is Medicaid?
Depending on your income and family size, you or your family members may qualify for government-supplied healthcare, such as Medicaid. If you do qualify for Medicaid, there is no limited-enrollment period, meaning you can enroll at any time. Once you have Medicaid, you are considered covered and do not have to purchase healthcare through the marketplace.
In Nevada, households with annual incomes of up to 138% of the federal poverty level may qualify for Medicaid. This is $16,753 per year for an individual, or $34,638 per year for a family of four (based on 2018 FPLs).
For more information on Medicaid in Nevada and to shop for income-based health insurance plans, visit the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services pre-screener: Access Nevada
What is Nevada Check Up?
Nevada Check Up is the State of Nevada’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Depending on your income, your children (birth through 18 years of age) may qualify for coverage through Nevada Check Up. If you qualify, you will be required to pay a quarterly premium based upon your family size and income, but won’t be responsible for things like co-payments and deductibles.
In Nevada, children living in households with an annual income of up to 200% of the federal poverty level may qualify for coverage through Nevada Check Up. This is $50,200 for a family of four (based on 2018 FPLs).
Are you in need of assistance with Long Term Services and Supports?
Long Term Services and Supports include services that:
- support individuals who need ongoing care due to age, physical or intellectual disability or chronic illness; and
- assist an individual or their caregiver, to live as independently as possible in their homes and communities.
Examples include: meals, transportation, chore services, personal care, counseling, respite for caretakers, adult day health care, benefits counseling, home modifications, assistive technology, etc.
If you would like more information, please click the following link: Assess My Needs