Under Medicaid, you can come to Planned Parenthood for birth control and annual well-woman exams - covered for free, without a co-pay - even if Planned Parenthood is not included as an in-network provider in your Medicaid plan.
How do I find out if I can get financial help to pay my premium?
Financial help will be based on your income and family size. Most individuals making less than $45,960 per year, and most families of four making less than $94,200 can get financial help.
Use the calculator on this page to find out what sort of financial help you may be eligible for.
Can I get low-cost or free coverage through Medicaid?
Eligibility for Medicaid varies from state to state. To find out if you are eligible for low-cost or free health insurance through Medicaid, or if you qualify for financial help through the Marketplace, visit your state’s Marketplace.
In states expanding Medicaid
In the states expanding Medicaid, more adults will now qualify for low-cost or free health coverage. In fact, individuals making up to $15,856 a year, or a family of four making up to $32,499 a year will qualify for health insurance coverage through Medicaid in these states.
In states not expanding Medicaid
In the states not expanding Medicaid, many people without insurance will not be able to get low-cost or free coverage. People who would have qualified for coverage through Medicaid if their state had chosen to expand the program won’t have to pay the fine if they do not get insurance.
Even if you can’t get a new health insurance plan or coverage through Medicaid, you can still come to Planned Parenthood for the care you need, when you need it.
This tool has been provided jointly by Planned Parenthood and Get Covered America -- to help you estimate what health insurance might cost and what kind of financial help you may be able to get. While not every plan option and tax credit (financial help) can be estimated, this tool can give you a sense of what to expect.
This is an estimate only and does not guarantee the actual cost of the health insurance plan you may ultimately select.
Here for you, no matter what.
For almost 100 years, Planned Parenthood has been providing confidential, expert women’s health care. That’s not changing.
While the health care law means that millions of people will be getting insurance for the first time, Planned Parenthood will continue to provide quality health care to women and men— whether or not they have insurance. So you can still come to us for the care you need, when you need it.