To qualify for Husky medical insurance, a person must live in Connecticut and qualify for Husky A, B, C or D. The different levels are dependent upon age, family situation and income level, as stated by HuskyHealth. To check qualifications based on personal circumstance, review the charts that can be found on the HuskyHealth website to aid in the qualification process.
Determine the Husky level that is appropriate. Husky A and B are for children and their guardians or someone who is pregnant and has a qualifying income level. Husky C is for Connecticut residents age 65 years or older as well as those who are 18-65 who have disabilities. Income qualifications are also a factor. Husky D is for people who do not qualify for any other levels of the insurance but meet the income qualifications.
The income qualifications range depending on region and how many people are in the family unit that is applying. Family units with two people in them require the lowest level of income, which as of 2015 ranges from under $22,000 to under $51,000 depending on the Husky level. Husky C is the only level that requires a check on the amount of assets held by the person applying, according to HuskyHealth.