Action Required: An Update to Your Medicaid Coverage
You should begin re-enrollment in Medicaid by April 30th, 2023 in order to continue with your treatment. Delays in re-enrollment may impact our ability to provide services. Please check with your Medicaid provider to learn more about the re-enrollment process and timeline.
At the start of the pandemic, Congress enacted the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). This Act included a requirement that Medicaid programs keep people continuously enrolled through the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency, which the U.S. Government has officially declared will end beginning May 2023.
What does this mean for you?
This means that if you were automatically being re-enrolled in Medicaid, you will now have to actively re-enroll yourself in order to keep receiving coverage.
How do you review your status?
The below links will provide you with details on your state-specific steps to review your enrollment:
- California – visit https://www.dhcs.ca.gov/services/medi-cal/Pages/ApplyforMedi-Cal.aspx
- Or call (800) 300-1506
- Georgia – visit https://staycovered.ga.gov/
- Or call (877) 423-4746
- Indiana – visit https://www.in.gov/medicaid/members/member-resources/How-a-return-to-normal-will-impact-some-Indiana-Medicaid-members/
- Or call (800) 403-0864
- Kentucky – visit https://khbe.ky.gov/Enrollment/Pages/PHEUnwinding.aspx
- Or call (855) 459-6328
- New Jersey – visit https://nj.gov/humanservices/dmahs/staycoverednj/faqs/
- Or call (800) 701-0710
- North Carolina – visit https://ncgov.servicenowservices.com/sp_beneficiary?id=bnf_index
- Or call (888) 245-0179
- Ohio – visit https://medicaid.ohio.gov/families-and-individuals/coverage/01-how-to-apply
- Or call (800) 324-8680
- Pennsylvania – visit https://www.dhs.pa.gov/PHE/Pages/default.aspx
- Or call (866) 550-4355
- Virginia – visit https://coverva.dmas.virginia.gov/covid-19/
- Or call (855) 242-8282