How do I check my AHCCCS status?

Information on that process can be obtained by calling the AHCCCS Help Desk at (602) 417-4451. AHCCCS has developed a Web application that allows providers to verify eligibility and enrollment using the Internet. Providers also can obtain Medicare/TPL information for a member.

How do I find my AHCCCS provider number?

Enter the AHCCCS Provider ID in the “Account Number” field and the zip code on record with AHCCCS. Q: Where can I find my account number? A: You can find your account number on a recent statement. The account number is located in the upper left hand corner of your statement.

How do I access AHCCCS?

You can apply online for AHCCCS Medical Assistance, Nutrition Assistance, and Cash Assistance using Health-e-Arizona Plus (HEAplus). You can apply for yourself, your family, or someone close to you. You may be able to reduce office visits and postage delays by using Health-e-Arizona Plus.

What is AHCCCS online?

Provider Enrollment Services Available Online Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.

What is the maximum income to qualify for AHCCCS?

AHCCCS offers health insurance for adult relatives who are living with and caring for a child under 19 years old and who meet income and eligibility requirements….Income Limits.

Household Size Gross Monthly Income Limit Effective 02/01/2021
1 $1,138
2 $1,539
3 $1,940
4 $2,341

How much do you have to make to get AHCCCS?

You and your family can usually get AHCCCS (AHCCCS) if your family’s income is at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) ($17,774 for an individual in 2021, $36,570 for a family of four).

Who qualifies for AHCCCS?

To qualify for AHCCCS, most people must meet several basic requirements:

  • Be under 65 years old. You can be 65 or older if you are the parent or caretaker of a child.
  • Not be eligible for Medicare.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or meet specific noncitizen requirements, and.
  • Have income below certain limits.

What is the income limit to qualify for AHCCCS?

Is AHCCCS the same as Medicaid?

AHCCCS is Arizona’s State Medicaid Program. AHCCCS Members who also have Medicare are called Dual Eligible Members.

Who is eligible for AHCCCS?

Individuals Who are 65 or Older. Individuals Who are Blind or Have a Disability. Individuals Who Require Nursing Home or In-Home Care. Individuals With Developmental Disabilities who Need Long Term Care.

How much money can you make and still get AHCCCS?

Can you get AHCCCS if you are on unemployment?

Payments from the federal stimulus package, including the one-time check and unemployment benefit increase, will not affect eligibility for AHCCCS, the agency says on its website. AHCCCS also has suspended premium payments and co-pays during COVID-19.

Where do I go to create an AHCCCS account?

Accounts are created by the user. They are not assigned by AHCCCS. To create an account, click on the Register link under the “New Account” menu. For assistance, please contact the AHCCCS Customer Support Group at (602) 417-4451.

Do you need a password to log in to

If you are a first-time user and do not have an account, please create an account. If you already have an account, please enter your username and password.

What happens if you don’t Renew Your AHCCCS membership?

Members are STRONGLY encouraged to respond to their renewal. Members who do not respond to the renewal, or respond to the renewal and are found to be no longer eligible will continue to receive AHCCCS Medical Assistance coverage until the declared COVID-19 public health emergency ends.

How to apply for AHCCCS medical assistance / KidsCare?

Apply for AHCCCS Medical Assistance/KidsCare. If you are waiting for your application to be processed or you are not eligible for AHCCCS medical assistance, you may qualify to receive drug and alcohol and mental health treatment services through other funding sources administered by the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA).