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How to Find Affordable Health Insurance in the State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Affordable Health InsuranceBadgerCare Plus For Pregnant Women provides health insurance for pregnant women with incomes up to 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) with no premiums or co-payments.

For those whose incomes are above the 300% level, they may still apply for benefits under this program on a low-cost premium basis. BadgerCare Plus For Children and Families allows all uninsured children to receive medical insurance. Parents with incomes up to 200% of FPL may also qualify for this program. BadgerCare Plus Core Plan is for uninsured adults age 19-64 with no children and income levels up to 200% of FPL.

Medicaid, funded by both state and federal governments, helps low-income adults 65 or older, blind, disabled afford medical insurance. They may apply if their incomes do not exceed 250% of FPL. Medicaid Purchase Plan is specifically for disabled people who work and have incomes less than 250% of FPL. Medicaid Deductible Plan offers premium payment assistance to elderly, disabled, pregnant women and children under 19 whose family incomes are too high for Medicaid.

For those who need long-term care, the Family Care program is designed to help the elderly and those 18 and over with physical and developmental disabilities. SeniorCare is a Medicaid program that offers help to elderly citizens (65 and older) to help pay their medical insurance premiums.

Wisconsin Dept of Health Services:
www.dhs.wisconsin.gov

Wisconsin Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan:
www.hirsp.org


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