Children

Find out about eligibility requirements for Washington Apple Health for Kids.

Apply for or renew Apple Health coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder

Program requirements

Your child may be eligible for Apple Health for Kids free or low-cost coverage (with a low premium) if your income is at or below the Medicaid standard (see income charts below):

Free coverage

(free for kids up to age 19)

Program Single
person
2-person Household 3-person Household 4-person Household 5-person Household 6-person Household 7-person Household
Apple Health for Kids $2129
monthly
$2,871
monthly
$3,612
monthly
$4,354
monthly
$5,096
monthly
$5,838
monthly
$6,581
monthly

Low-cost coverage (two premium programs)

Program Single
person
2-person Household 3-person Household 4-person Household 5-person Household 6-person Household 7-person Household
Apple Health for Kids with premium 
($20 monthly per child; $40 family maximum)
$2,624
monthly
$3,538
monthly
$4,452
monthly
$5,367
monthly
$6,281
monthly
$7,195
monthly
$8,112
monthly
Program Single
person
2-person Household 3-person Household 4-person Household 5-person Household 6-person Household 7-person Household
Apple Health for Kids with premium
($30 monthly per child; $60 family maximum)
$3,139
monthly
$4,232
monthly
$5,326
monthly
$6,420
monthly
$7,513
monthly
$8,607
monthly
$9,703
monthly

Applying for Apple Health coverage

When you’re ready to apply, you’ll need this information:

  • Your household monthly income.
  • The Social Security numbers and dates of birth for each member of your household.
  • Your immigration information, if that applies to you.

Enrollment next steps

If you’re accepted, you'll receive a Services Card in about two weeks. Coverage will begin on the first day of the month in which the application was submitted. You'll have the option to select a managed care plan online or will be auto-enrolled into a plan. Learn more about enrollment next steps.

If you’re not eligible for Apple Health, you may qualify for help with your health insurance or for other health services. The Washington Healthplanfinder website will help you with that.