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Sign up for CountyCare at LSNA Mondays July 15, July 22, July 29, August 5th

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Sign up for CountyCare with LSNA on four Mondays from 5-7: July 15, July 22, July 29 and August 5.

What is CountyCare?

The State of Illinois and Cook County Health & Hospitals System will be operating a new Medicaid program for uninsured adults in Cook County called CountyCare.  This is a Medicaid program through the Affordable Care Act (Healthcare Reform).


Who is Eligible for CountyCare?

To qualify for a CountyCare Medical Card, individuals must:

  • Live in Cook County
  • Be 19-64 years old
  • Have income at or below 133% of the Federal Poverty Levelk ($15,282 and $20,628 couple -- annually)
  • Not be eligible for "state Plan" Medicaid (parent, pregnant, blind or receiving disability income)
  • Not be eligible for Medicare
  • Be a legal immigrant for five years or more or a US citizen
  • Have a Social Security number or have applied for one

What documents do I need to bring to sign-up?

  • Proof of Identity (birth certificate, driver's license, state ID card)
  • Proof of Citizenship/Legal Status (birth certificate, employment authorization card, residency card)
  • Proof of Income (pay stubs for last 30 days, unemployment benefits)
  • Self-Employment Income
  • Proof of Address in Cook County (utility bill)
  • Social Security Number
41.932617
-87.71386

Sign up for CountyCare at LSNA Mondays July 15, July 22, July 29, August 5th

2840 N. Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, IL 60647

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