Check your Medicaid Status

Don’t risk a health care coverage gap!

With the end of the Public Health Emergency, Medicaid has started disenrolling beneficiaries. Don’t risk a gap in health care coverage and check your status now.

Haven’t received a Medicare renewal letter? Lost your Medicaid coverage? It’s not too late. Check if you are eligible by contacting your state Medicaid agency providers to retain coverage. If you no longer qualify for Medicaid, you may be able to get health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. To find out more visit .

The Medicaid and CHIP Communications Toolkit contains helpful information regarding renewals and alternatives.

Other important messages:

  • If you no longer qualify for Medicaid or CHIP, you may be able to get health coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace®.
  • Losing Medicaid or CHIP coverage is a Qualifying Life Event (QLE), which allows you to enroll in a Marketplace plan outside of the Open Enrollment Period.
  • If your child no longer qualifies for Medicaid, you may be able to get them health coverage through your state’s Children Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

For more information, please consult:
Medicaid Unwinding Updates

For those who will not be covered through Medicaid, please find information on Federally-Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) coverage below:

Medicaid Unwinding Special Enrollment Period (SEP)

  • To ensure individuals have sufficient time to enroll in Marketplace coverage during the unwinding period, consumers who lose Medicaid/CHIP coverage between March 31, 2023 and July 31, 2024 will be eligible for a 60-day SEP beginning the day they submit or update a Marketplace application.
    • Consumers can access this Unwinding SEP by submitting or updating an application through, a certified partner that supports SEPs, or the Marketplace Call Center.
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has published Marketplace guidance on the unwinding SEP:
  • CMS recommends that Medicaid/CHIP enrollees submit or update an application on as soon as they receive their Medicaid/CHIP termination letter from their state.