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Costs

Costs for Medicaid

If we find your child can get Children’s Medicaid, there is no cost to you for services.

Costs for CHIP

If we find your child can get CHIP, your enrollment fee and co-pays will be based on your family’s income. Enrollment fees are $50 or less per family, per year. Co-pays for doctor visits and prescriptions range from $5 to $35 depending on family income.

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See a chart that shows CHIP enrollment fees (PDF).

CHIP Yearly Enrollment Fees

A family of one with a monthly income of $1,508 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $1,509 to $1860, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $1,861 to $2,021, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee.

A family of two with a monthly income of $2,030 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $2,031 to $2,504, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $2,505 to $2,721, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee.

A family of three with a monthly income of $2,553 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $2,554 to $3,149, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $3,150 to $3,421, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee

A family of four with a monthly income of $3,075 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $3,076 to $3,793, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $3,794 to $4,121, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee.

A family of five with a monthly income of $3,598 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $3,599 to $4,437, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $4,438 to $4,821, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee

A family of six with a monthly income of $4,120 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $4,121 to $5,082, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $5,083 to $5,521, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee

A family of seven with a monthly income of $4,643 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $4,644 to $5,726, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $5,727 to $6,221, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee

A family of eight with a monthly income of $5,165 or less

does not have to pay a yearly enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $5,166 to $6,371, there will be a $35 one-year enrollment fee. If the monthly income is from $6,372 to $6,922, there will be a $50 one-year enrollment fee