Michigan offers several medical assistance programs. Each program covers different groups of people and each program has different eligibility requirements. You must also meet the financial and non-financial eligibility conditions for that program. This website will link you to the application for medical assistance in Michigan and determine which program you are eligible for, based on your age, income, financial resources and other information.
At HICAP we offer free help to anyone looking for Health Insurance information. We can help you with questions, worries, disputes, and complaints. If you need health insurance assistance, please call 877-999-6442 or email us at DIFS-HICAP@Michigan.gov.
The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) has developed this guide to provide consumers with information about the basics of health coverage so Michigan residents can make informed decisions.
The Health Insurance Consumer Assistance Program is federally funded and operated by the Department of Insurance and Financial Services to help Michigan consumers with health insurance issues.
Children's Specialized Hospital has developed a Comprehensive Health Plan Evaluation Form for parents to record information about their child's healthcare needs and all of the information they need from insurance companies to determine which plan is right for their family.
Clarkston Special Camp (SCAMP) is a five week summer day camp for children and young adults with special needs. SCAMP provides recreational and social opportunities under the supervision of highly trained staff. Financial aid is available in limited amounts for eligible families