MO HealthNet (Medicaid) for Seniors provides medical care for persons who are 65 years of age or older and meet other eligibility requirements. If you’ve already enrolled, go to MO HealthNet for assistance using your benefits or finding a doctor.
How do I get help?
After your application has been processed, you will receive a letter from the Family Support Division. If you are eligible for services, you will be issued a “MO HealthNet Identification Card,” and explanation of the medical services available to you.
There is no cash grant with this program.
Already applied for MO HealthNet? Check the status of your application.
Who is eligible?
Any person who:
- is 65 years of age or older;
- lives in Missouri and intends to remain;
- is a United States citizen or an eligible qualified non-citizen;
- owns cash, securities or other total non-exempt resources with a value of less than the resource threshold for an individual, if single, or a couple, if married(see the Adult Standards Chart for current amounts).
NOTE: Exempt resources include the home in which the participant or the participant’s spouse or dependents live, one automobile, household goods and certain other property. If a disabled child under age 18 is living with his parents, the non-exempt resources of the parents will be included in the eligibility determination;
- has net income less than the monthly threshold for an individual, if single, or a couple, if married (see the Adult Standards Chart for current amounts).
NOTE: If the monthly income exceeds this amount, the participant may become eligible when their incurred medical expenses reduce their monthly income below this limit.
See Spend Down information on the Missouri Medicaid Audit & Compliance site
- is not a resident of a public, private, or endowed institution except a public medical institution.
- MO HealthNet Application
- Appointment of Authorized Representative
- Authorized Representative Revocation
- Authorization for Disclosure of Medical Information