On April 1, 2023, the Family Support Division (FSD) resumed annual renewals of eligibility for all MO HealthNet (Medicaid) participants, including those in Medicaid Managed Care health plans and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). You can help make participants aware that they have certain rights, especially if their annual renewal results in an adverse (unfavorable) action from FSD. For more information click on the pdf brochure below.
On April 1, 2023, the Family Support Division (FSD) restarted annual renewals for Missourians who get MO HealthNet (Medicaid) health coverage. If your annual renewal results in less coverage, FSD will mail you an Adverse Action Notice at least 10 days before they take action to reduce (lower) or terminate (end) your coverage. If you get an Adverse Action Notice in the mail, don’t assume FSD is right! For more information click on the pdf brochure below.
As the Family Support Division (FSD) has started annual renewals in April 2023, some people may need to have a disability determination in order to keep their Medicaid coverage. To determine if you need an annual review, click on the pdf brochure below.
Some young adults ages 19 and older have kept their Medicaid for Kids coverage during the pandemic. On April 1, 2023 the Family Support Division resumed annual renewals, and after May 1, 2023 started sending annual renewal forms. For more information, Click on the brochure below.
Many young adults have been able to keep their Medicaid for Kids active during the course of the pandemic. If you are 19 or older and still enrolled in MO HealthNet for Kids, you may need to provide updated information to the Family Support Division (FSD) to ensure your coverage remains active. Starting April 1, 2023, FSD resumed annual renewals of eligibility for all Medicaid recipients. For more information, click on brochure below.
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