Eligibility rules for medical programs can be difficult to understand. To help explain them, we put together the tools below:
Basic Information - Learn the basics about medical programs we offer.
Medical Income and Resource Standards (effective April 1, 2014). Each year, the Federal Poverty Levels (FPLs) and other income standards are updated several times. Use this link for previous standards charts. If you don't have Adobe Reader, download it free.
Overview of Medical Eligibility Requirements (PDF Version) - This publication is intended for people who want a general overview of program requirements. If you don't have Adobe Reader, download it free.
Detailed rules, policies and procedures (EA-Z Manual) - The "EA-Z Manual" has all of the policies, procedures and Washington Administrative Code rules we use to administer medical programs. The manual is used by DSHS staff who determine eligibility, legal professionals, and others.
Apply Online for Apple Health for Kids! Or download the brochure/application for Apple Health for Kids. If you don't have Adobe Reader, download it free.
Healthcare for Workers with Disabilities (HWD) - It used to be that individuals with disabilities could not keep their Medicaid coverage if they went back to work. Under HWD, they don't have to choose between their healthcare and their job.
Medicare Savings Program Flyer - This flyer describes programs that help low-income people on Medicare pay their monthly premiums. It's also available in Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, Laotian, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. If you don't have Adobe Reader, download it free.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program - Washington State has a program to help women diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer get the treatment they need.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) - Medicaid Policy - USCIS policy says that getting medical benefits won't jeopardize the chances of getting a green card or becoming a citizen.