Important: Stay covered! Are you enrolled in Apple Health (Medicaid) coverage? It may be time to complete your renewal. Make sure your address and phone number are up to date so you can stay enrolled. Report a change.
Washington has received reports of fake texts and phone calls to Apple Health (Medicaid) clients about renewing their Apple Health coverage. We’re asking Apple Health clients to be aware of suspicious contact seeking money to maintain their health coverage. View our announcement for more information.
When you’re ready to apply, you’ll need:
Your household monthly income.
Your immigration information, if that applies to you.
Dates of birth for each member of your household.
Social Security numbers (SSN) for each household member who is applying for coverage and has a SSN. Some programs do not require a SSN. For more information visit our SSN eligibility webpage.
If you’re accepted, you'll receive a ProviderOne 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 you'll be auto-enrolled into a plan.
If you've missed the deadline to renew, but you would like to continue coverage, please contact us as soon as possible. If we find you eligible within 90 days after the date you lost coverage, we will cover you for the period you were without coverage.
The fastest way to renew your lost coverage is to go online. You may also call 1-855-923-4633.
How to apply for or renew Apple Health Classic Medicaid coverage
If you're found eligible for coverage, you'll receive a ProviderOne services card in about two weeks. Coverage will begin on the first day of the month you submitted your application. You'll be auto-enrolled into an Apple Health managed care plan.
Now that you're enrolled in Apple Health (Medicaid) coverage, these two resources will explain what to expect next: