Minnesota Child Health Insurance Programs
The Minnesota Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) can provide your child with free health insurance if your income level is too high to be eligible for Minnesota Medicaid, but yet you do not make enough money to purchase private health insurance for your child.
Child Health Insurance Programs in Minnesota
MinnesotaCare is a subsidized health insurance program for Minnesota families who do not have access to affordable health care coverage.
P.O. Box 64838
St. Paul, MN 55164-0838
(651) 297-3862; (800) 657-3672
(800) 627-3529 (TTY)
Child Health Insurance Programs in Other States
Additional Areas of Interest
Minnesota Child Nutrition Programs, through the cooperation of the U.S. federal and state governments, provide access to child nutrition information and they provide free and low-cost food.
Minnesota State Child Welfare Department can provide you with information about foster care, adoption and parenting.
Minnesota State Department of Education in each state can give you information about special early intervention programs and about school nutrition programs.
Minnesota Department of Health can provide more than "just" health information. They can also be a good source of information about nutrition programs and about programs that can help with parenting concerns.
Minnesota State Adoption Contacts can put you in touch with the child adoption specialists and child adoption program in each state.
Government Assistance Programs
We are committed to helping you, other adopting families, mothers to be, birth mothers and children. As part of this commitment we have built two databases of information. One for adopting families and a second for pregnant women and birthmothers. Each is suited to the unique needs of the individual needing help. Click this link for government assistance programs for adopting families. Or click the following link for government assistance programs for birthmothers and pregnant women.