To apply for Medicaid please click on the link below:
Click “Apply for Benefits”
Click “Apply for Benefits” under Get Started Now
Click “Start a New Application for Food Assistance (SNAP), Medical Assistance and/or Cash Assistance” and Click “Next”
Click “Create an Account” and then Click “Next”
Next, you will need to provide your personal information and choose a User ID and Password. Make sure to check the User Acceptance Agreement. Then Click “Next” and proceed completing your Application with your personal information and submit.
Please remember to write down your User ID and Password.
*If you need any assistance with applying for Medicaid we would be happy to assist you.Pregnancy Assistance Medicaid Access: Call 866-762-2237 or Fax: 866-325-6023. MomCare is Medicaid health insurance for pregnant women. It will pay for your prenatal care and other health services. MomCare will help you have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. It is sponsored by the Florida Department of Health and Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration. Call the Family Health Line at 1-800-451-2229 for more information
Toll Free: 888-540-5437
Child Health Insurance you can afford! Your child may be eligible for health insurance through Florida KidCare, even if one or both parents are working. It’s health insurance for children, from birth through age 18, who do not have insurance. Eligibility is based on income and family size. Apply online or to receive an application call toll free at 888-540-5437. If you are pregnant, you can apply now for your unborn child.
Charlotte county resource guide
This guide is not intended to be exhaustive of the programs available in Charlotte County. If you know of a youth program that should be included, please contact us at the address below. The programs listed are provided for information purposes only and inclusion here does not represent an endorsement of the program by the Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners or the Department of Human Services, Family Services Division. While every effort has been made to include accurate information, programs change from time to time. Parents are advised to contact programs to ensure information is current. Please note that there is a fee for services for many of the programs listed. Parents should inquire about any costs when considering a program for their child or family. This guide was compiled by Charlotte County Human Services, Family Services Division. Thank you to the many community partners who assisted in providing information for this edition of the Community Resource Guide and especially to Charlotte County 2-1-1 for sharing their database upon which much of this information is based