Michigan Dental Program (a program for HIV+ persons only)
The Michigan Dental Program (MDP) covers dental care for persons living with HIV/AIDS who qualify for the program.
- Applicant must provide documentation of HIV disease.
- Applicant must be a resident of the state of Michigan.
- Applicant’s gross income cannot exceed 450 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Income is evaluated based on current FPL guidelines when the completed application is received.
- In most cases, applicant must apply for public assistance (Medicaid and/or Healthy Michigan Plan) with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) within the past 90 days and have a pending, denial, or spend-down status.
- Applicants currently receiving benefits from Medicaid and/or Healthy Michigan Plan do qualify for the Michigan Dental Program for dental care.
- In all cases, the Michigan Dental Program is payer of last resort.
- If you pay for private dental insurance through an employer, a spouse, or the Affordable Care Act, you are Not eligible for the Michigan Dental Program.
Covered dental services are based on pre-approved care plans and include both preventive and restorative care. For more information, click the MDP Brochure link below.
- Case Managers/Support Coordinators may help applicants through the application process. Completed applications will be reviewed for acceptance or denial.
- Approved applicants will receive a letter from MDHHS along with a dental benefits handbook. Delta Dental membership cards will be mailed directly from Delta Dental to new members only.
- 2017 Michigan Dental Program Application Form
- 2017 MDP 6 month Verification Form
- 2017 MDP Enrollment Instructions At-A-Glance
- Declaration of Insurance Ineligibility
- Declaration of Residency
- Declaration of No Income or Support
- MDP Dental Benefits Handbook