Wyoming Kid Care (CHIP) Program

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 The Wyoming Kid Care (CHIP) Program is a state-designated program that provides health insurance to low-income children under the age of 19 who are not eligible for Medicaid and who have no health insurance.

  • A child whose family has a household income up to 200% of the federal poverty level (FPL) is eligible for the Wyoming Kid Care (CHIP) Program. For a family of three, this works out to an annual income of up to $34,200 or a gross monthly income of $2,767.

Financial eligibility criteria limits are adjusted annually to reflect increases in cost of living.

  • The Wyoming Kid Care (CHIP) Program does not impose a pre-existing condition exclusion period. If a family meets the eligibility guidelines, a child’s pre-existing medical condition does not exclude him from coverage.
  • The Wyoming Kid Care (CHIP) Program provides comprehensive coverage to enrollees including doctor’s visits, hospital care, prescriptions, mental health, dental, vision and hearing services.
  • For more information, please contact the Wyoming Kid Care Program at (877) 543-7669 or visit them on the web at http://kidcare.state.wy.us/


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