Health care information and resources for health insurance consumers from the state’s attorney general.
The state agency which tries to reduce inequality in health status, information and resources on multicultural health.
Help for those Minnesotans who have difficulty with mental health or developmental disability services they have received or need to receive.
Designed to provide increased access to health coverage for children in families with income too high to qualify for Medicaid (Title XIX) but too low to afford private coverage.
A PDF published by the Ohio Department of Insurance.
Deals with many issues affecting health care delivery in Ohio.
Each year, Ohio’s community mental health systems provide services to more than 260,000 people, including 75,000 adults who are disabled by severe mental illness and 70,000 children with emotional disorders. More information at the department’s Web site.
The federal and state funded program for low income Ohioans.
The children’s health insurance program for Oklahomans.
The primary entity in the state of Oklahoma charged with controlling costs of state-purchased health care.
In 2013, the Oklahoma Temporary High Risk Pool (OTHRP) suspended acceptance of new enrollment applications until further notice.
Health insurance information for Oregonians.
Provides health care coverage to low-income Oregonians through programs administered by the Division of Medical Assistance Programs (DMAP). Currently, more than 600,000 people each month receive health care coverage through the Oregon Health Plan.
Medicaid provides health care insurance for low-income residents through a federal and state partnership. Federal regulations provide a framework for each state to build a unique Medicaid program or State Medicaid Plan.