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Premiums are REQUIRED.
The amount will be $1-$15 per month,
based on the household size and income
(federal poverty level, or FPL). The household
will get a bill each month from the Managed
Care Organization (MCO). Paying the bill on
time avoids a penalty. Households paying
premiums do not pay any copays
The amount will be $1-$15 per month, based on the household size and income (federal poverty level, or FPL). The household will get a bill each month from the Managed Care Organization (MCO). Paying the bill on time avoids a penalty. Households paying premiums do not pay any copays
Premiums are OPTIONAL
There are benefits for completing Kentucky HEALTH activities even though they are not required for people who have an optional premium. There are no Kentucky HEALTH penalties if they do not complete Kentucky HEALTH activities.
Click here to learn more about why someone would choose to pay a premium.
Children do not have a Cost Share requirement.
Premiums are OPTIONAL
DCBS services are administered through nine service regions and offices serving all 120 Kentucky counties. In addition, DCBS uses a network of contract officials to deliver services, such as child care. Service is enhanced through a close relationship and coordination with community partners.
Find your local DCBS office
Learn more about DCBS
Kentucky Career Centers (KCC)
are community resource centers that support and promote community engagement
outcomes across Kentucky. They provide a variety of free resources to job
seekers across the Commonwealth with offices in over 60 Kentucky counties. KCCs
refer to the network or one-stop-shop Career Centers that provide employment,
training, and educational opportunities to citizens.
Find your local KCC
Learn more about KCCs
Learn more about your benefits and how you may be impacted by Kentucky HEALTH by contacting your Managed Care Organizations (MCOs)
Humana CareSource: 1-855-852-7005
Passport Health Plan: 1-800-578-0603
Benefind: Beneficiaries can view their benefits and report changes on benefind
Citizen Connect: Beneficiaries can take courses, find volunteer opportunities, and submit their PATH Community Engagement hours on Citizen Connect
KOG: Beneficiaries should use KOG to create a Citizen Connect account
Assisters are certified to help beneficiaries understand Kentucky HEALTH eligibility and requirements, report PATH Community Engagement hours, and more. Assisters can also refer beneficiaries to local resources in communities around Kentucky
Kentucky’s Community Health Centers, also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), are part of a national movement of non-profit, community-directed providers of primary care, which may include pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, dentistry, behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, and school-based health. Specialty services may also be provided as needed by their communities. Find a local Kentucky Community Health Center