Medicaid & BadgerCare+ Programs

BadgerCare+ Program Information

BadgerCare+ helps pay for the cost of medical care for low-income families and pregnant women. Having health insurance makes it easier for parents to create a happy and healthy family life. Many forms of state health insurance are available for the uninsured and underinsured.

Eligibility for BadgerCare+

You may be eligible for a type of health insurance if you meet certain requirements. Families at the high end of the income limit may have to pay a monthly premium or meet a deductible. 

To find out if you are eligible for any of these programs, visit the "Am I Eligible?" tool at ACCESS. You may also inquire or apply in person at the Kenosha County Job Center, located at 8600 Sheridan Road, or the Kenosha County Center, located at the corners of Highways 45 and 50.

Medicaid for Elderly, Blind & Disabled Individuals

Medicaid can help pay for the cost of medical care to qualifying elderly, blind, and disabled individuals. 

To find out if you are eligible, you may inquire in person at the Aging and Disability Resource Center, located at 8600 Sheridan Road, or by calling local (262) 605-6646 or toll-free (800) 472-8008. View more information on the Aging and Disability Resource Center.

Looking for information on the Affordable Care Act or the Health Insurance Marketplace? Please visit their website.

How to Apply for BadgerCare+ or Medicaid

You can apply or submit an application for medical assistance: 

Equal Opportunity Information 

View the USDA Nondiscrimination Statement, P-02174 (PDF) on page 2. The nondiscrimination statement in languages other than English can be found at the bottom of this web page.

Find nondiscrimination information for other programs.