Your state, and every state in the nation, has a health insurance program for infants, children, and teens. The insurance is available to children in working families, including families that include individuals with a variety of immigration status.
Provides supplemental medical coverage to help families of children who have serious, chronic medical conditions.
Hoosier Healthwise is a health insurance program for Indiana children, pregnant women, and low-income families. Health care is provided at little or no cost to Indiana families enrolled in the program.
Information on Social Security Disability for Histiocytosis patients.
Alaska Medicaid, through their contractor Qualis Health, provides case management services designed for patients with serious illnesses, injuries, and some chronic conditions.
KidCare is Florida’s children’s health insurance program for uninsured children under age 19. It is made up of four parts: MediKids, Healthy Kids, and Children’s Medical Services Network for children with special health care needs, and Medicaid for kids.
Family Health Plus provides comprehensive coverage, including prevention, primary care, hospitalization, prescriptions and other services.
Disability.gov is an award-winning federal Web site that contains disability-related resources on programs, services, laws and regulations to help people with disabilities lead full, independent lives.
CAMA is a state funded program designed to help needy Alaskans who have specific illnesses get the medical care they need to manage those illnesses.
The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a state and federal partnership that provides low-cost health insurance coverage for children in families who earn too much income to qualify for Medicaid but cannot afford to purchase private health ins.