MONROE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT IS NOT A MEDICAID OFFICE!
ALL QUESTIONS ARE TO BE REFERRED TO YOUR CASE WORKER OR RANDOLPH COUNTY FAMILY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER IN CHESTER. (Contact info. is below)
All Kids Application: http://www.allkidscovered.com/application.html
What is All Kids?
All Kids is complete health insurance for your child. All Kids covers doctor visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care and eyeglasses. All Kids covers regular check-ups and immunizations (shots). All Kids also covers special services like medical equipment, speech therapy and physical therapy for children who need them.
Who can get All Kids?
Children can get All Kids health insurance if:
What about health insurance for parents?
Illinois Family Care health insurance covers parents but there is a limit to how much income parents can have to get Family Care. Parents and children can apply on the same application. For more information check out the Family Care Web site.
A pregnant woman may be eligible for Moms & Babies. If she is pregnant, we can enroll her newborn into All Kids as soon as she delivers. For more information about Moms & Babies, visit the Moms & Babies Web site.
What is the income limit for All Kids?
As of July 1, 2011, only applications for children in families qualifying for All Kids Assist, Share, Premium Levels 1 and 2 and Rebate may be approved for enrollment. See the All Kids Income Standards & Cost Sharing Chart for the new limits. Children in families already enrolled in All Kids Premium Levels 3 through 8 may remain covered until June 30, 2012 as long as they meet the other eligibility requirements and pay the premiums on time.
Application for Medical Insurance, Food Stamps, and Cash: http://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=33698
Visit the website to fill out the application online or to download a paper copy.
- How do I apply for a Link card, SNAP, cash, medical assistance, or Medicaid?
See Apply For SNAP, Cash, Medical Assistance for instructions.
- Where is my local DHS office?
To find the DHS office in your area, use the DHS Office Locator. For Link cards, SNAP, cash, medical assistance, or Medicaid, find your local "Family Community Resource Center" or use the Local Office Directory.
- I cannot reach my caseworker, what should I do?
Call the DHS Customer Service Helpline for assistance at: (800) 843-6154 voice/(800) 447-6404 TTY, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., except state holidays.
- Where can I find official DHS forms?
See our Forms section in the Publications area of the DHS website.
- Where can I find official DHS brochures?
See the Brochures section in the Publications area of the DHS website.
- How do I register to vote?
Your local Family Community Resource Center can assist you in registering to vote, see our Voter Registrationarea of the DHS website.
- How do I report fraud of a customer or retailer/provider?
Please see Report Abuse/Neglect or Fraud
Application for the Child Care Program (CHASI): http://www.chasiccrr.org/family/payments.1.phtml
What is CHASI?
The IDHS Child Care program serves income eligible families who are working or participating in an education/training program, and/or families on TANF who are participating in education, training or other work-related activities approved by their caseworker. IDHS also assists teen parents in high school or GED programs and families attending other post-secondary education activities such as GED, ABE, and ESL. To get a full description of the eligibility guidelines go to www.idhs.state.il.us click on child care, then go to the Child Care Assistance Program link.
Contact Information for Randolph County Family Community Resource Center:
870 Lehmen Drive
P.O. Box 307
Chester, Illinois 62233-0307