How do I speak to someone at AHCCCS?
Speak to an Eligibility Customer Service representative: 1-855-HEAplus (1-855-432-7587).
How do I contact AHCCCS in Arizona?
1(855)HEA-PLUS (1-855-432-7587) – Calls Answered Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
When can I change my AHCCCS plan?
Changing Health Plans Annual enrollment. Member was auto-assigned and within the first 90 days may request a change in health plan. Family members are in different health plans and wish to all be in the same plan. Member moves to a location where their current plan is not available.
Does Social Security count as income for AHCCCS?
Social security benefits are counted for all MA programs as unearned income. Ongoing benefits are paid monthly.
How do I know if I was approved for AHCCCS?
Information on that process can be obtained by calling the AHCCCS Help Desk at (602) 417-4451. AHCCCS has developed a Web application that allows providers to verify eligibility and enrollment using the Internet. Providers also can obtain Medicare/TPL information for a member.
Who qualifies for AHCCCS in Arizona?
Income. If your family’s income is at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) ($17,774 per year for an individual in 2022, $36,570 for a family of four), you may qualify for AHCCCS.
Can you get glasses on AHCCCS?
Did you know AHCCCS covers eyeglasses and replacements for AHCCCS members who are under the age of 21? Vision services for all AHCCCS members under the age of 21 include regular eye exams and vision screenings, prescription eyeglasses, and repairs or replacements of broken or lost eyeglasses.
What changes need to be reported to AHCCCS?
If you need to report a change in your household including, but not limited to, a change of residential or mailing address, your income, household member’s change of job, etc., contact the eligibility source where you applied for AHCCCS: DES www.healthearizonaplus.gov or 1(855)HEA-PLUS (1-855-432-7587)
How much is too much for AHCCCS?
You may see the income limit for AHCCCS listed as 133% of FPL in some places. However, when AHCCCS counts your income, they’ll knock 5% of FPL off your income if you make more than 133% of FPL. That’s why we show the limit as 138% of FPL, because it more accurately shows how much you could make and still get AHCCCS.
Does Arizona AHCCCS cover eye exams?
Is Arizona giving more food stamps?
Households currently receiving Nutrition Assistance and/or Cash Assistance benefits will have this additional benefit added to their existing EBT cards. Households that received P-EBT benefits in 2020 or 2021 will have additional benefits added to their previously issued P-EBT card.
Can I transfer my AHCCCS to another state?
Your Support Coordinator will let AHCCCS know that you are leaving the state for 30 days or more. AHCCCS will determine if you continue to be eligible for services. If you are eligible, the Division may approve Home and Community Based Services while you are out of state depending on your needs.
What is the phone number for AHCCCS?
Náh inlk’id ánt’iiyúgo béésh bich’i’ nłltsogyúgo díí bik’ehgo bil ónlchííd 1-855-432-7587 (TTY: 711) A listing of current AHCCCS News & Updates.
What does AHCCCS stand for in Arizona?
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is Arizona’s Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services. Notice Of Non-Discrimination.
Where are AHCCCS managed care organizations (MCOs) located?
These are providers located in the state of Arizona, and these providers may or may not be contracted with all of the AHCCCS Managed Care Organizations (MCOs). Members should check their MCO’s provider directory to confirm the provider is contracted with a specific health plan.
Which AHCCCS registered provider can my child access services from?
The child may access services directly from any AHCCCS registered provider regardless of whether the provider is contracted with the RBHA. Below is a searchable listing of AHCCCS registered providers.