To be eligible for Kid Care CHIP children must meet the following guidelines:
- A Wyoming resident
- A US citizen or lawful, permanent resident who has legally lived in the US for at least 5 years
- Have not had their 19th birthday
- Have not had insurance for the past 30 days or longer. Some exceptions apply.
- Meet income guidelines
Children who are dependents of state employees, are currently in a public institution, or qualify for Medicaid are not eligible for Kid Care CHIP at this time.
Kid Care CHIP participants may not have additional health insurance. Some exceptions apply, such as Indian Health Services and School Sports Insurance.
Kid Care CHIP provides health coverage for children and teens who are not eligible for Medicaid and whose may have a higher income.
A family of four can earn up to $48,600 and still qualify.
| Family Size || Monthly Income |
| 1 || $1980 |
| 2|| $2670|
| 3|| $3360|
| 4|| $4050|
| 5|| $4740|
| 6|| $5430|
| 7|| $6122|
| 8|| $6815|
| For each additional person|| Add $694 for each person|
Not eligible for CHIP? Your child may be eligible for Medicaid. Click here to learn more.
For questions about eligibility or to apply over the phone call 1-855-294-2127