Here are valuable tools and resources to help residents in your state find and enroll in a health coverage program.
Application and Enrollment Database
The Application and Enrollment Database provides state by state applications to sign up for private and public health coverage. Some programs have applications you can print and some have links to Web sites where you can apply or get a quote. For all others, you can use the Health Care Options Matrix™ Guide or Web tool to locate contact information. You may also call the U.S. Uninsured Help Line at 800-234-1317 for assistance.
Select a program below to download an application. In some instances, a Web site is also provided for you to obtain applications and additional resources.
|Florida Comprehensive Health Association
Call or apply in person. Refer to the Florida Health Care Option page for more options and for contact information.
|•||Medicaid Online Application|
|•||Florida Kid Care
Florida Kid Care (Spanish)
Florida Kid Care Online Application
|•||Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention
Call or apply in person. Refer to Florida Health Care Options
|•||Medicare Online Application|
Veterans Online Application
|•||Health Coverage Tax Credit|
Local County Offices
Contact your local county office for additional help when applying to a public program.
Florida Poverty Level
Each state has a variety of health care coverage options. This Matrix is designed to help residents determine which option is best for them.
Step 1 For applicants potentially eligible for public programs, check the chart below to determine his/her FPL percentage.
Step 2 See reverse side of this Matrix brochure to determine options for which the applicant might qualify.
Step 3 Make a list of the programs and insurance coverage options that may apply to the applicant and then use the contact information provided to access coverage or services.
( Household )
Your Federal poverty level (Fpl)
(Based on monthly family income)
• A pregnant woman counts as two for the purpose of this chart.
• Add $311/month for each additional family member after eight.
• Contact individual programs for deduction allowances on child/dependent care; working
parent’s work expenses; alimony/child support received or court ordered amount paid.
Source: Federal Register Vol. 74, No. 14, January 23, 2009, pp. 4199-4201. Monthly
Source: Federal Register Vol. 74, No. 14, January 23, 2009, pp. 4199-4201. Monthly percentage data calculated by FHCE and rounded to the nearest dollar.
Note: There is no universal administrative definition of income that is valid for all programs that use the poverty guidelines. The office or organization that administers a particular program or activity is responsible for making decisions about the definition of income used by that program (to the extent that the definition is not already contained in legislation or regulation). To find out the specific definition of income used by a particular program or activity, you must consult the office or organization that administers that program.
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