Medicaid is a federal program that determines individuals' eligibility for services based on income as a percentage of the federal poverty level. The eligible income levels vary from state to state and change over time. ... More »

As of February 2015, Missouri children qualify for Medicaid by having a household income at 150 percent or less than the federal poverty level, according to the Medicaid website. Adults have to make 18 percent or less of... More »

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Individuals and families can file an application for Medicaid in New Mexico, known as Centennial Care, online through the Yes New Mexico portal, reports the New Mexico Human Services Department. Applicants can also downl... More »

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In order to qualify for Medicaid, a person or family generally must meet state guidelines for income as a percent of the federal poverty level - which, for a family of four, was $24,250 in 2015. There are also federal an... More »

Those wishing to participate in the Lifeline program must have an income that does not exceed 135 percent of the federal poverty level, or else be participating in one of another specific set of government assistance pro... More »

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The maximum gross income for a CalFresh household is 200 percent of the federal poverty level and the maximum net income is 100 percent of the federal poverty level. Households made up of people over age 60 or disabled p... More »

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Federal Medicaid is available for individuals and families with incomes up to 133 percent of the current federal poverty level, but applicants may need to meet additional requirements for eligibility as well, according t... More »

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