CHIP Guide

According to the CDC, around five percent of children in America are currently uninsured. Not having access to affordable health insurance limits a child’s ability to access affordable healthcare and can be detrimental to a child’s health. Many parents struggle with low income and may not be able to afford private insurance, but many of these parents also make too much to qualify for Medicaid. The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a federal program that provides insurance to low-income uninsured children. While the program is need-based, income guidelines are higher than the ones established for the Medicaid program, aiding parents in getting their children comprehensive health insurance. You can learn more about CHIP and how to apply by downloading and reviewing our free guide today. 

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