ALL Kids

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ALL Kids is a state program that provides health insurance to low-income families with children under the age of 18 who are not eligible for Medicaid and are uninsured.

  • Your child must meet certain qualifications.  Your child must be a resident of Alabama, under the age of 19 years old and uninsured.  In addition, your family income must be at or below 200% of FPL (or more in some circumstances). For a family of 3, this works out to an annual income of about $35,200 or about $2,934 per month.
  • If you voluntarily dropped health insurance to enroll your child into All Kids, they may face a 3-month waiting period. There are many exceptions to this rule, such as , among other reasons, when you drop COBRA, Alabama Child Caring Program or individual health insurance.  Be sure, before dropping other health coverage, to check with All Kids.
  • ALL Kids does not impose exclusions for pre-existing conditions. If your child qualifies, as soon as their coverage starts they will be eligible for all covered benefits and services.
  • If your child qualifies, he or she will be eligible for comprehensive health insurance coverage. ALL Kids covers hospital and physician care, prescription drugs, immunizations, among other services.
  • You may have to pay a small fee for your child to enroll in ALL Kids.  Premiums are based on family size and income.  As of January 2008, fees ranged between  $50 (low fee) to $100 (fee) per year, per child, up to the first 3 children.  If you have 4 or more children enrolled in ALL Kids, you only pay for the first 3 children. In addition, small co-pays are required for most services.
  • For more information, call (888) 373-5437 or visit www.adph.org/ALLKIDS.



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