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Affordable Care Act / Health Care Coverage

Are you currently receiving Medicaid?

If YES, do nothing; you may continue to receive Medicaid.
If NO, see next question.

Are you looking for Medicaid coverage?

If YES, visit benefits.ohio.gov to fill out an application online, fill out an application and send it through the mail or by fax, or you can walk into your local JFS office to apply.

Are you applying for long-term care, or waiver services?

If YES, visit benefits.ohio.gov to fill out an application online, fill out an application and send it through the mail or by fax, or you can walk into your local JFS office to apply.

How do I apply if I have no access or ability to apply through the online portal or through my local agency?
You can call the Automated Health Systems at 1-844-640-6446 to apply over the phone.
Do I need to apply for private health insurance and not Medicaid?

Visit healthcare.gov to apply for health insurance and see what you are eligible for; whether it is a premium subsidy, tax credit, or Medicaid for coverage or call the Federal Marketplace at 1-800-318-2596.

Where do I go for additional information (e.g. Medicaid policy, FFM, etc)?

Medicaidmedicaid.ohio.gov

Ohio Benefitsbenefits.ohio.gov

Federal/Affordable Care Act healthcare.gov

INCOME ELIGIBILITY
Household
Size
Monthly
Income
Annual
Income
1 $1,367 $16,404
2 $1,843 $22,116
3 $2,319 $27,828
4 $2,796 $33,552
5 $3,272 $39,264
6 $3,747 $44,964
7 $4,225 $50,700
8 $4,703 $56,436

All individuals with household income below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) represented in this chart may be eligible for Medicaid unless they are covered by Medicare.

The income limits are up to 156% FPL for insured children, up to 206% FPL for uninsured children and 200% FPL for pregnant women. Therefore, pregnant women and children may quality with income at higher levels.