Medicaid for an adult caring for a child
What it offers
Covers needed services, which could include:
- Doctor’s visits
- Drugs ordered by a doctor
- Lab tests and X-rays
- Hospital care
- Rides to the doctor
Who is it for?
An adult caring for a child. For the adult to get this type of Medicaid, the child they are caring for must:
- Live with them.
- Get Medicaid.
- Be age 17 or younger or age 18 and attending school full time.
The adult caring for the child must be a:
- Uncle or aunt
- Nephew or niece
- First cousin
- A child of a first cousin (first cousin once removed)
|Family size||One Parent||Two Parent|
|Each additional person, add:||$52||$52|