Who Is Eligibile for the Colorado Medicaid Program?


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Eligibility for Colorado Medicaid is based on household income in relation to the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Children under the age of 18 may qualify if their household income is at or less than 142 percent of the FPL, while adults with or without dependent children may qualify is their household income is at or less than 133 percent of the FPL. This includes caretaker relatives, as outlined at the official Colorado Web portal.

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For additional information on eligibility requirements, the Medicaid Customer Contact Center can be contacted on 1-800-221-3943 (or TDD 1-800-659-2656) as of 2015.

Some of the benefits available to eligible individuals include dental services, emergency care, outpatient care, maternity care, prescription drugs and rehabilitative services, as stated on the official Colorado Web portal.

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