Louisiana Medicaid Websites
The Medicaid in Louisiana Program provides medical coverage for needy Louisiana residents who qualify. Individuals who receive SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) automatically get Medicaid. LAInsurance
Families who get help from the Office of Family Support (OFS) through the FAMILY INDEPENDENCE TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (FITAP) also get Medicaid in Louisiana.
Medicaid is an assistance program that provides medical benefits to low-income persons. Although the Federal government establishes the general rules for the program, specific requirements are actually established by each State. Whether or not you can be eligible for Medicaid depends on the state where you live.
Individuals or families who do not receive SSI or FITAP cash MAY also qualify for Medicaid coverage IF the individual or family belongs to one of the following coverage groups:
- individuals who are disabled according to the Social Security Administration’s definition
- individuals who have corrected vision no better than 20/200
- low income parents of children under age 19
- children under age 19
- pregnant women
- certain women who have been found to need treatment for breast and/or cervical cancer
- certain individuals who have Medicare
Are Medicaid in LA application forms available online?
Yes. You can also apply for Medicaid online with the easy to use application. You can use the online application to apply for all Medicaid programs.
If you prefer to apply with a paper application, you can download one of several application forms. If you are unsure which program you want to apply for, complete the General Application, which can be used for any Medicaid program. Fill out, sign, and date the application form, then mail it to the Medicaid office in your area.
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