revised textThere are medical programs for children under age 19 with higher income limits than those for adults. These programs are:

  • revised textAll Kids Assist for persons under 19 whose income is equal to or less than 147% of the Federal Poverty Level;
  • revised textAll Kids Share for persons under 19 whose income is greater than 147% of the FPL but equal to or less than 157% of the Federal Poverty Level. There are additional nonfinancial requirements to be eligible for this program;
  • revised textAll Kids Premium Level 1 for persons under 19 whose income is above 157% but equal to or less than 209% of the Federal Poverty Level. There are additional nonfinancial requirements to be eligible for this program; and
  • revised textAll Kids Premium Level 2 for uninsured persons under 19 whose income is above 209% but equal to or less than 318% of the Federal Poverty Level. There are additional nonfinancial requirements to be eligible for this program.

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Presumptive Eligibility Coverage

revised textA child under the age of 19, whose declared family income is equal to or less than 209% of the FPL, may be presumptively eligible (PE) for medical benefits when an application is received if certain criteria are met. For more information, see PM 02-05-04