Medical Assistance (MA) is Minnesota's Medicaid program for people with low income. You might qualify for MA based on your income or your disability. If you're working, you may be able to get Medical Assistance for Employed Persons with Disabilities (MA-EPD) — no matter how much money you earn.
At the Hub, we can help you compare plans, manage health care transitions and find out how to keep your public health insurance while working.
Understand MA income and asset limits, how to apply and what to do if you're over income.
If you work, you might qualify for MA-EPD. Here's what it costs and how to apply.
SNBC is for people with disabilities who have MA and are ages 18 to 64. The program offers extra services that aren't available through regular MA.
The MA-TEFRA program provides MA benefits for children with disabilities who do not otherwise qualify for MA due to their parents' income.