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Minnesota Health Care Programs
Minnesota Health Care Programs include:
These programs may help pay for all or part of your health care costs if you:
See Who is eligible for more information about who can get help.
To see if you can get coverage, we may need information about:
See How to apply for application forms, answers to questions, and more.
If you qualify for coverage:
You may need to pay:
How much you pay depends on the program you qualify for, your household size, income, age, pregnancy status, and if you are blind or have a disability. For example, pregnant women and children usually do not pay anything. See Who is eligible for more information.
Most people get their health care services through a health plan. You choose your health plan from those offered in the county where you live. You will get information in the mail if you need to choose a plan.
If you do not qualify for coverage:
You may qualify for an Advanced Premium Tax Credit (APTC). An APTC allows you to take a federal credit right away to pay part or all of your health care premium when you enroll in a health plan through MNsure, Minnesotas health insurance market place.
The following documents may be helpful:
If you have questions, contact one of our offices or partner agencies.
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