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Learn about Child Health Program

Child Health Program: A healthy future begins today

Health can affect everything from your physical state to your emotional well-being. If your child/children qualify, your family can receive the health coverage they need by enrolling in Kaiser Permanente’s Child Health Program.*

If you live in Northern California, click here.

What is the Child Health Program?

The Child Health Program (CHP) helps pay for health coverage for children up to age 19 who don’t have access to other health coverage. Child Health Program members receive financial help paying monthly premiums, and have no out-of-pocket costs for most care at Kaiser Permanente facilities.

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Who is eligible for CHP?

Children are eligible for the Child Health Program if they are uninsured and live in a Kaiser Permanente service area; are under age 19; meet income guidelines, and don’t have access to other public or private health coverage.

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Applying for CHP

Open enrollment for 2019 has ended, but you can still apply during a special enrollment period if you experience a qualifying life event.

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* Continued eligibility for the Child Health Program is not guaranteed. We reserve the right to close enrollment or change the CHP eligibility requirements at any time.

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