United States Medicaid Program is a combined federal and state program. Medicaid is a program that helps with healthcare costs for some people with limited income and resources.
In all states in the United States, Medicaid provides coverage for low-income people/families, pregnant women, people with disabilities, children, and the elderly.
Medicaid programs cover essential services such as home health services, hospital and physician care, nursing facilities for adults, laboratory and X-ray services
There are two ways to apply for Medicaid:
1) Contact your state Medicaid agency.
2) Fill out an application through the Health Insurance Marketplace.