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KCHIP Income Limits

If you are one of the many of people in Kentucky who cannot quite afford health insurance for your children, there is Good News! Low-cost health insurance is available for working families who qualify based on their income. If you are eligible, your child can receive low-cost health insurance through the Kentucky Children's Health Insurance (KCHIP) program. KCHIP is a program of Passport Health Plan. If your child is eligible for KCHIP, this means he or she will also be a member of Passport Health Plan.

2012 KCHIP Income Limits:

Number of family members (include parents and children)* Total Monthly Gross Income (before taxes) Total Yearly Gross Income (before taxes)
1 $ 1,862.00  $ 22,340.00
2 $ 2,522.00 $ 30,260.00
3 $ 3,182.00 $ 38,180.00
4 $ 3,842.00 $ 46,100.00
5 $ 4,502.00 $ 54,020.00
6 $ 5,161.00 $ 61,940.00
7 $ 5,822.00 $ 69,860.00
8 $ 6,482.00 $ 77,780.00

Note: These income limits change around April of each year. This table shows the 200% FPL guidelines.*

A family is: a child or children and the natural or adoptive parents residing together in a household. For family units of more than 8 members, add $637 for each additional member.