What is it?
SoonerCare for Adults, part of Oklahoma's Medicaid program, provides health care to adults who have children under the age of 19 and whose family incomes are within certain income guidelines.
What do I get?
This program helps pay some or all medical bills for many people who can't afford them. Covered health care services may include doctor visits, hospitalization and prescriptions. There is no cost for those who meet the income guidelines; however, co-pays may apply to some services.
How long do I get it?
Adults can continue to receive coverage through SoonerCare for Adults for as long as they have a child under the age of 19. Families must continue to meet eligibility guidelines. In most cases, you’ll need to prove your eligibility no more than once a year.
|Other SoonerCare programs provide services to children under 19, pregnant women, and certain people over age 65, blind, or disabled. If you don’t qualify for benefits from SoonerCare for Adults, you may be covered by another SoonerCare program.|