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Need Help Replacing Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare?

After a three-year pause, Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) has restarted annual eligibility renewals for public health care programs. When your renewal occurs, you may find out you are no longer eligible for Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare coverage.

If you lose your public health care coverage, you may be eligible to buy private health insurance — and get financial help to lower the cost — through MNsure.

I got a notice saying I’m no longer eligible for Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare

Free help is available. MNsure can help you make a smooth transition from Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare to a private health plan.

Don’t wait! You have a limited time to sign up for a private health plan.

How to get new coverage

I'm not sure about my Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare eligibility renewal

Go to the DHS website for important information about your Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare renewal, like:

  • How to report your address and phone number changes, so your renewal reaches you
  • When to expect your eligibility renewal
  • How to prepare for your renewal
  • Where to get answers to your questions about renewals

Go to DHS

Stay covered for your health and peace of mind

Health insurance provides regular, preventive care for you and your family to stay healthy and prevent illness. Medical bills are a common cause of bankruptcy and can reach into the millions of dollars. Quality health coverage protects you and your family from a lifetime of financial burden if an accident or illness happens.

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