State Medicaid Web Sites

Medicaid provides health benefits to certain individuals and families, such the low-income elderly, those who are blind or disabled, and low-income families with dependent children. Although the program is partially funded by the federal government, Medicaid is run by the states. Each state has its own rules on who qualifies for Medicaid, which medical services are covered, and whether persons have to help pay for the medical services they receive (called "co-payments").

Follow the links below to find the Medicaid agency in your state.

States Beginning with the Letter

- A through D
- F through I
- K through M
- N through O
- P through T
- U through W

A through D

- Alabama Medicaid
- Alaska Medicaid
- Arizona Medicaid
- Arkansas Medicaid
- California Medicaid
- Colorado Medicaid
- Connecticut Medicaid
- Delaware Medicaid
- District of Columbia Medicaid

F through I

- Florida Medicaid
- Georgia Medicaid
- Hawaii Medicaid
- Idaho Medicaid
- Illinois Medicaid
- Indiana Medicaid
- Iowa Medicaid

K through M

- Kansas Medicaid
- Kentucky Medicaid
- Louisiana Medicaid
- Maine Medicaid
- Maryland Medicaid
- Massachusetts Medicaid
- Michigan Medicaid
- Minnesota Medicaid
- Mississippi Medicaid
- Missouri Medicaid
- Montana Medicaid

N through O

- Nebraska Medicaid
- Nevada Medicaid
- New Hampshire Medicaid
- New Jersey Medicaid
- New Mexico Medicaid
- New York Medicaid
- North Carolina Medicaid
- North Dakota Medicaid
- Ohio Medicaid
- Oklahoma Medicaid
- Oregon Medicaid

P through T

- Pennsylvania Medicaid
- Rhode Island Medicaid
- South Carolina Medicaid
- South Dakota Medicaid
- Tennessee Medicaid
- Texas Medicaid

U through W

- Utah Medicaid
- Vermont Medicaid
- Virginia Medicaid
- Washington Medicaid
- West Virginia Medicaid
- Wisconsin Medicaid
- Wyoming Medicaid

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