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I have Medicaid Coverage
Once the federal PHE ends, we will check if you still qualify for free or low-cost Medicaid healthcare coverage. To keep your coverage, you may need to complete a yearly renewal form. If you do, we will mail one to you.
What to do now
- Be sure your address, phone number, and email address are up to date. The best way to update your information is online at Michigan.gov/MIBridges. You can also call your local MDHHS office. Visit the MDHHS County Office webpage to find your local office information. If you do not have an online account for MI Bridges to access your Medicaid case or report changes, visit www.michigan.gov/mibridges to sign up for a MI Bridges account. You can also locate organizations that can help you by searching for Community Partners.
*If you already have a MI Bridges account, creating new accounts will limit the information you can see. We strongly suggest using your original account if you are the Head of Household. Remember! Head of Households can see case information and report changes to the case information. If you are not Head of Household, you will only be able to see resource information.
- Report any changes to your household or income. You can report changes at Michigan.gov/MIBridges. Or, call your local MDHHS office. Visit the MDHHS County Office webpage to find your local office information.
- If you get a renewal packet, be sure to fill it out, sign the forms, and send them by the due date with any proof we need. If you do not complete your renewal, you may lose your Medicaid coverage. If we complete a review and you no longer qualify, you can choose to buy healthcare coverage through HealthCare.gov.
Renewal packets will be mailed after the PHE ends. The end date has not been determined at this time.
How to get more information
MDHHS will continue to provide messaging to you through mailed letters, MI Bridges, emails, text messages and social media.