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Who is eligible for Minnesota Health Care Programs
Minnesota Health Care Programs help people who live in Minnesota pay for all or some medical bills. The programs are generally for people who cannot get or afford health insurance elsewhere. Some people who already have insurance may also be eligible for help.
You must meet program rules to get coverage. There are rules about income, assets, insurance coverage and other factors. Some rules are different for different people. For example, the income limit you must meet depends on your age, who lives with you, and whether you are pregnant or have a disability.
Health care coverage is available for:
Coverage is also available for the following people who meet certain eligibility rules:
The information on this site does not include all the rules. It is intended to give you a general idea of eligibility criteria.
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