Kaiser Permanente Cares for Kids Program (Child Health Plan)
If your child has no medical coverage and is under the age of 19, this
program can provide low-cost health insurance. The Child Health Plan
is open to eligible children under age 19 who live within Kaiser Permanente's
California Service Area and are enrolled in participating public schools.
What services are offered?
Comprehensive preventive care services, primary and specialty care, medical office
visits, vision care, prescription medicines, mental health services
Who can be covered?
Children ages 0 to 19 who are NOT eligible for Medi-Cal or Healthy Families
and at least one child in the household is enrolled in any public school.
|Kaiser Child Health Plan Monthly Income Limits
||Between 200% - 275%
||$1,805 - $2,483
||$2,429 - $3,341
||$3,052 - $4,197
||$3,675 - $5,055
||$4,299 - $5,913
||$4,922 - $6,768
||$5,545 - $7,626
||$6,169 - $8,484
||$6,792 - $9,339
||$7,415 - $10,197
Is there an income limit?
Yes, verified income between 200%
and 275% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). See CHP Monthly Income Limits chart for further details.
Is there a property limit?
Can an individual receive services if he/she has other health insurance?
How much does it cost?
Co-payments of $5 to $10 for some services and monthly premiums of $25 to $35 per
child to a maximum of three children. (No additional premium amount
for families with more than three children.)
Is citizenship or legal residency required?
Children's Social Security numbers are requested.
How to file an application?
Call the toll-free number at(800) 255-5053 or Click Here
to visit the Kaiser Permanente Child Health Plan Website.
Last Updated: May 2012
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