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Apple Health Grievances and Appeals: If You Disagree with your Apple Health Managed Care Plan or Have a Complaint

Your rights and things you can do if you have any issues with your Apple Health Managed Care Plan. #5311EN

Health Care Coverage for Former Foster Youth

If you were in foster care in Washington and receiving Apple Health (Medicaid) at age 18 or on the date you aged out of foster care (up to 21 years old), you are eligible for Apple Health coverage until you are 26.

Health care coverage options in Washington State

If you do not have health insurance, or your health insurance does not cover the care you need, you may have options under the Affordable Care Act. #5707EN

Qualified Health Plans

If you do not have health insurance or your health insurance does not cover the care you need, you may have options under the Affordable Care Act, the federal health reform law. Depending on your income, you may be able to get free insurance from Washington Apple Health (“Apple Health”). #5708EN

Apple Health for Kids Program: Responding to DSHS Requests for Immigration and Citizenship Documents

If you have children who are applying for state-funded free or low cost health insurance through Washington State’s Apple Health for Kids program, the Health Care Authority (“HCA”) may ask you for documents about your child’s citizenship or immigration status. This publication explains what you should do. #5310EN

Washington's Apple Health for Kids Medical Programs

Medical programs in Washington provide full medical and dental coverage for children whose families have incomes up to 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Read this publication to find out who qualifies.Publication #5312EN

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