Alaskans ages 19 to 64 who are not eligible for another type of Medicaid or Medicare and have incomes below:
Alaska's resource for Integrated Eligibility Services
- $1,707 per month for single adults
- $2,303 per month for a two-person family
Other Medicaid Categories
Historically, the Medicaid program has covered low-income children, pregnant women, families, the elderly,
blind and the permanently disabled. It is the primary public program to provide basic health and
long-term care services to low-income Alaskans.
Affordable Care Act
Many Alaskans qualify for subsidies through the Marketplace, healthcare.gov. You can also find out if you’re eligible for Medicaid or CHIP.
Local navigators are available to help you through the process.