Insurance in Texas
Auto, Home, Health, Life and Business Insurance in Texas
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Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program
Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program help cover medical expenses for children, some adults and people with disabilities who meet income requirements. Most services are delivered through providers called managed care organizations.
Children's Health Insurance Program is low-cost or free health coverage for children without health insurance.
Children's Medicaid covers services needed to keep kids healthy. It is for people 18 and younger healthy who come from families with little or no money.
Long-term care Medicaid is available to some people who are older or who have a disability.
Medicaid might be available to adults who are caring for a child.
The Medicaid Buy-In program offers low-cost Medicaid health care services — including community-based services and supports — to individuals with disabilities who work.