Learn about the Hawaii Health Access Program
Get health coverage at low or no cost to you
If you’re a Hawaii resident without access to other health coverage, you may get high-quality health care through Kaiser Permanente’s Hawaii Health Access Program.
What is the Hawaii Health Access Program (HHAP)?
HHAP is for Maui residents who can’t get any other health coverage. HHAP members receive a subsidy to help pay monthly premiums, and do not have to pay copays or out-of-pocket costs for most care at Kaiser Permanente facilities.
Who is eligible for HHAP?
To be eligible to enroll and remain enrolled, you must meet all the following requirements:
- Live in the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. service area on Maui Island.
- You must live in a household with an annual income up to 300 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). For example, the 2023 FPL for Hawaii (annual income) is up to $50,310 for an individual or $103,500 for a household of 4
- You aren’t eligible for other public or private health coverage such as, but not limited to, Medicaid,
Medicare, a job-based health plan, or financial help through a health benefit exchange.
*Continued eligibility for the Hawaii Health Access Program is not guaranteed. We reserve the right to close enrollment or change the HHAP eligibility rules at any time. If you are approved for HHAP, the subsidy period is limited and we will contact you in the future to confirm that you still qualify.