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Pregnant individuals

Find eligibility requirements for Washington Apple Health for pregnant individuals.

Apply for or renew Apple Health coverage through:

Washington Healthplanfinder

Program requirements

You may be eligible for Apple Health for Pregnant individuals coverage if you:

  • Are pregnant.
  • Live in Washington State.
  • Have income at or below 193% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) (see income chart below).*

What is the most I can make per month to qualify?

Program**

Single
person

2-person household

3-person household

4-person household

5-person household

6-person household

7-person household

Apple
Health
for
Pregnant Individuals

n/a

$3,022
monthly

$3,800
monthly

$4,579
monthly

$5,358
monthly

$6,137
monthly

$6,916
monthly

*The income standards listed in these examples are subject to change annually every April. 
** Household includes the unborn child. For example, a single individual expecting one child is a 2-person household.

This program provides coverage to pregnant individuals with countable income at or below the Apple Health standard, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. Your household size includes yourself, the unborn children, and additional household members such as a spouse and children.

After-Pregnancy Coverage

If you are enrolled in Apple Health coverage and are pregnant, your coverage will automatically transition to After-Pregnancy Coverage (APC) once your pregnancy ends. APC lasts for 12 months, starting the first day of the month after your pregnancy ends. For example, if your pregnancy ended June 10, your health care coverage would continue through June 30 of the following year.

You may be eligible for APC if you were pregnant in the last 12 months and were not on Apple Health during the pregnancy. After you are enrolled in APC, changes to your income will not affect your APC coverage regardless of how your pregnancy ends.

Note: If you are on Apple Health coverage, report your pregnancy with an estimated due date to receive APC for up to 12 months after your pregnancy ends. We cannot guarantee a smooth transition into the APC program without this information. Learn how to report a change.

Confidential services

If you are a teen (under age 19) and you want your pregnancy-related services to be kept confidential, you may apply for coverage through a paper application process. You may also call the WithinReach Family Health Hotline at 1-800-322-2588 for help with the confidential application process.

Applying for Apple Health coverage

You have many options to apply for Apple Health coverage. Visit our Apply for or renew coverage webpage to learn more.

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

  • 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 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. 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. Visit Washington Healthplanfinder or use the WAPlanfinder app to learn if you qualify.