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by Administrator on 01/13/2013 00:25
Post 올키즈 맘즈앤베이비 (All Kids, Moms & Babies)

한울종합복지관에서는 올키즈, 맘즈앤베이비, 페밀리케어와 같은 임산부와 태아,신생아, 어린이를 위한 일리노이 건강보험 프로그램 신청을 도와드리고 있습니다.

자세한 안내가 필요하신 분은 시카고 사무실 (박은희) 또는 북부 사무실 (이숙희) 선생님께 문의하시면 친절히 안내해 드리겠습니다.

이 프로그램은 ICIRR의 IFRP의 후원으로 진행됩니다.

All Kids and Family Care

All Kids
All Kids is a statewide program administered by Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) that provides free or affordable healthcare coverage to children 18 years and younger of low-income, uninsured families in Illinois, regardless of immigration status or medical condition. The All Kids medical plan includes doctors visits, dental appointments, immunizations, prescription drugs, hospital visits, physical therapy and vision care.

Families pay for All Kids on a sliding scale depending on their household income. Any low-income child without health insurance can qualify for All Kids, but All Kids insurance is only free of pay to those children in families with the lowest monthly incomes. Some families may have to pay premiums or co-pays based on family income. The income limit is higher for larger families.

All Kids provides comprehensive healthcare that includes doctors visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care and medical devices like eyeglasses and asthma inhalers. Depending on the families’ income, some families pay a monthly amount, but rates for middle-income families are significantly lower than the rates of private healthcare providers.

Eligibility
1. There are NO immigration restrictions for All Kids. All uninsured children under the age of 19, regardless of immigration status, are eligible for All Kids benefits if they are within the income limits.
2. Your child must be an Illinois resident.
3. Your child must be 18 years old or younger.
4. Your child must be uninsured for at least 12 months before they can be eligible for All Kids, unless your household income is less than a certain amount.
5. Your family must be within the income limits.

How much will I pay for All Kids coverage?
It depends on your family’s income. If you are a low-income family residing in Illinois, you will most likely qualify for free medical care for your children. If you make more money than low-income families but you do not have healthcare coverage for your children, you may qualify for affordable medical insurance for your children.

How to apply
Contact an Immigrant Family Resource Program provider (Hanul Family Alliance 한울종합복지관) near you for free assistance in completing your All Kids application and assistance in your own language.

What should I bring when applying for All Kids and Family Care benefits for my children?
● A month’s worth of pay stubs to prove your family’s income.
● Proof that your children or family members are Illinois residents. Bring state identification or green card if possible. If not, a utility bill can be used to prove your residency.

Family Care
Family Care offers healthcare coverage to citizen and legal permanent resident parents and caretaker relatives who have resided in the United States for longer than five years and are living and caring for children 18 years old and younger.

Eligibility
1. You must be a citizen or legal permanent resident who has resided in the United States for longer than five years.
2. You must be the parent or legal guardian of a child who is 18 years old or younger.
3. You must be within the income limits.

How much will I pay for Family Care coverage?
Depending on your family’s size and income, you will pay anywhere from $0 to $40 per month. Medical visits cost an average of $3.65 per visit, emergency room visits $0-$3.65, and prescriptions $2-$3.65.

Who does the All Kids/Family Care family or unit include?
The AllKids/FamilyCare unit includes only immediate family--mother, father, legal guardian, and children under 19 that are living together. If married, both the husband and wife's income must be used to determine eligibility. If a couple lives together but are not married and the woman is pregnant but they have no other children in common, only the woman's income is used to determine eligibility. If a child is living with their grandmother with a high income, the child would still qualify for AllKids because the grandmother is not immediate family.

Will receiving All Kids or Family Care benefits hurt the immigration statuses of members of my family?
NO. The Immigration and Naturalization Services announced in 1999 that as long as immigrants only receive benefits for which there are eligible receiving public healthcare coverage and other public benefits will not affect their immigration status unless it is for long-term institutionalized medical care.

How to apply
Contact an Immigrant Family Resource Program provider (Hanul Family Alliance 한울종합복지관) near you for free assistance in completing your All Kids application and assistance in your own language.


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