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Reporting a Change

It is very important to let Medicaid know of changes in order to keep your coverage and to have access to important information. Common changes that need to be reported are an address change or a gain or loss of income.

REPORTING A CHANGE OF ADDRESS

It is very important that you keep your address updated. You can call or visit your caseworker or local DFR office to change your address.  Without a current address on file, we will not be able to reach you with important information about your Medicaid benefits.  Click on Contact Us to find the numbers for our health plans.

REPORTING A CHANGE IN INCOME

It is very important for you to notify your caseworker or local DFR office if you have a change in income.  This may impact your eligibility. However, it is important to be accurate in reporting your income because failure to do so could cause you to be ineligible for an extended period of time, and you may be required to reimburse Medicaid for benefits paid on your behalf.