KMP Application Instructions
There are several ways one can apply for the Kentucky Medical Program and they include: applying online, applying in person, and applying via mail.
Individuals that want to apply for the Kentucky Medical program can do so online by clicking on this link:
By visiting the above link and follow the instruction, one will be able to select and apply for the Kentucky Medical Program and submit it to their local Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) office.
Apply in Person
This can be done by personally visiting your local DCBS office. When going to these offices, it is advisable to carry with you:
- Your social security number
- Birth certificate or proof of citizenship
- Doctor statement verifying pregnancy
- Driver's license (proof of identity)
- Proof of income you earn
- Proof of resources i.e. three month's bank statement (for non-pregnant parents)
Bringing the above documents with you as you go to the DCBS office will help your application process.
Apply by Mail
Another method one can use to apply for the Kentucky Medicaid program is by using mail. This can be done by sending the filled out form to the following address:
The Medicaid Office of Kentucky
275 E Main Street
Frankfort, KY 40621
Individuals can also call (502) 564-3232 and get more information on the application process from highly qualified members of staff.
In order to qualify for the Kentucky Medical Program, one needs to fall in the following groups of people:
- Families and Children - this consists of children, pregnant women, and relatives that are caretakers.
- Aged, Blind, or Disabled - this consists of individuals with disabilities and those who are over 65 years.
- Must meet the stipulated income level.
The basic eligibility requirements are:
- You must be a resident of the state of Kentucky
- You must be a US National, citizen or permanent resident in need of health insurance
- Should be characterized by the state as one with low income
- If you have very low income, you must also be pregnant, have child (ren) with disability, or taking care of children less than 19 years of age.