The following people may qualify for Medicaid coverage in Ohio:
• Low-income individuals
• Pregnant women, infants, and children
• Older adults
• Individuals with disabilities.
Health insurance plans are available for anyone in Ohio who does not have coverage through an employer, a family member, or the government. HealthCare.gov has information on how to apply for health insurance.
Community Health Centers provide primary and preventative health care regardless of insurance or ability to pay.
Safety Net Dental Care programs provide dental care at a reduced fee or for free to clients who are uninsured and have low incomes.
If you are a veteran, you may be eligible to get medical care through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
If you are a veteran and have already signed up for coverage through the VA, you can find a nearby health care facility.
Click the link below to request services online or call our office that serves the county where you live. Briefly tell the secretary what the problem is. If you’ve received any papers from the court, you should have them handy so you can read from them.Request Services Online Find My Local Office