It’s important for kids to have access to health coverage, and for working families in Iowa, there’s the option for low- or no-cost coverage through the Healthy and Well Kids in Iowa program, also known as hawk-i.
No family pays more than $40 a month for comprehensive coverage. Some families pay nothing at all. A child who qualifies for hawk-i health insurance will get their health coverage through a Managed Care Organization (MCO).
The hawk-i program includes three health plans, or MCOs, to choose from:
Below are some of the eligibility requirements to determine if your child qualifies for the hawk-i program:
Note: If you are a Native American or Alaska Native, please read additional information in the American Indian and Alaska Native Program web page.
Fill out an application, or call hawk-i, if you think your children may qualify.
Have more questions? Check this webpage regularly for the most up-to-date information on the hawk-i program.
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