Time to Re-Enroll!
Don’t Lose Coverage
Changes to AHCCCS and KidsCare Renewals
1 in 4 people currently enrolled in AHCCCS or KidsCare will lose coverage as early as April 1
We can help!
What is Happening?
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government required state Medicaid programs like AHCCCS and KidsCare to automatically renew, even if a member’s eligibility changed. Beginning in April, eligibility will no longer automatically renew as it used to.
Who Does This Affect?
More than 600,000 members will lose coverage because they are no longer eligible (due to income or other requirements) or have not responded to AHCCCS requests for information.
How Do I Get Healthcare Coverage if I am No Longer Eligible for Medicaid?
Members who are no longer eligible for Medicaid will be referred to the Healthcare Marketplace for coverage options. Losing Medicaid coverage is considered a qualifying event and the Healthcare Marketplace will accept new enrollments through July 2024.
What Do I Need to Do?
- Update your contact information. If AHCCCS can’t reach you, you may be dropped even if you are still eligible.
- Check your mailbox for renewal information.
- Respond within 30 days to any requests from AHCCCS.
- Schedule an appointment with NOAH Community Resources for help 602-562-3448.