This program provides MO HealthNet coverage for women’s health services to uninsured women ages 18 up to but not including age 56 whose family’s modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) does not exceed 201% of the federal poverty level for their household size.
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?
- who is 18 up to but not including age 56;
- who is in need of family planning services;
- who applies for a social security number for herself;
- who lives in Missouri;
- who is a United States citizen or an eligible qualified non-citizen;
- whose family’s Modified Adjusted Gross Income for household size does not exceed 201% of the federal poverty level.
- who is uninsured;
- who has no access to employer-sponsored insurance which includes family planning; and
- who is ineligible for any other MO HealthNet program.
Women’s health services are:
- Approved methods of contraception;
- Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment, including pap tests and pelvic exams;
- Family planning, counseling, education on various methods of birth control; and
- Drugs, supplies, or devices related to the women’s health services described above, when they are prescribed by a physician or advanced practice nurse.