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KCHIP Information

http://kidshealth.ky.gov/en/kchip/

 

Am I Eligible?

Who is Eligible?

Children younger than 19 who live in families with income at or less than 213 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL).

2014 KCHIP Income Limits

Number of Family Members
(include parents and children)*

Total Monthly Family Income
(before taxes)

Total Annual Family Income
(before taxes)

1

$2.072.00

$24,858.00

2

$2,793.00

$33,505.00

3

$3,513.00

$42,153.00

4

$4,234.00

$50,801.00

5

$4,955.00

$59,449.00

6

$5,675.00

$68,097.00

7

$6,396.00

$76,7,44.00

8

$7,116.00

$85,392.00

Note: Income limits change annually based on the publication of the Federal Poverty Levels (FPL). This table shows the 213 cent FPL guidelines.

*A family is considered to be a child or children and the natural or adoptive parents residing together in a household. For family units of more than eight members, add $720 per month for each additional member.

Eligibility FAQs

If a parent voluntarily leaves a job, are his/her children immediately eligible for KCHIP benefits?

If a parent voluntarily leaves a job, the children are not immediately eligible for KCHIP. Is my child eligible for KCHIP if I have dropped health coverage?

How long will it take to find out if my child is eligible?

The local DCBS office has 30 calendar days from the date your application is processed to determine eligibility. Processing your application may take longer if any required information is missing, incomplete or inaccurate. However, coverage for children determined eligible for KCHIP begins on the date the application is received.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROGRAM AND OTHER SERVICES:

 

http://chfs.ky.gov