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Minnesota Health Care Programs
Minnesota Health Care Programs include:
These programs might help you if you:
Look in the Who is eligible section of this site has more information about who can get help.
To see if you can get coverage, a worker will need information about:
Look in the How to apply section of this site for more details, application forms, FAQs and more.
Things you need to know if you are approved for coverage:
You may need to pay:
The amount that you might have to pay depends on which program you qualify for and your individual situation. For example, pregnant women and children generally do not have to pay anything. To learn more, go to the Who is eligible section and read the information that best applies to your situation.
Generally, if you do not have special health care needs, you will need to pick a health plan through which you will get most or all of your health care services. You can choose your health plan from those available in your county. You will get information in the mail if you need to do this.
The following documents can be helpful resources:
If you have questions, contact one of our offices or partner agencies.
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