This project will affect most people who get a medical card from the state of Illinois. It includes Medicaid, All Kids Assist, All Kids Share, All Kids Premium Levels 1 and 2, Moms & Babies, FamilyCare, seniors, persons with disabilities; and long term care cases. At least once each year, the state must make sure that you are still eligible for benefits.
You can send your proof documents one of these ways:
If we ask you for proof documents, we’ll send you a postage-paid envelope to mail the proofs back to us.
Can you share information about my redetermination with someone who is not in my family?
If you want us to give your information to someone who is not in your family, you must let us know by filling out a form. If you want us to fax or mail you the form, please call us at 1-855-458-4945 (TTY: 1-855-694-5458). The call is free.
After filling out and signing the form, fax it back to us at 1-855-394-8066 or mail it to Illinois Medicaid Redetermination, PO Box 1242, Chicago, Illinois 60690-1242.
The primary goal of the Illinois Medicaid Redetermination project is to make sure people who get medical benefits from the state really qualify for them. The project was created by a new law, called the SMART Act. The Public Act number of the new law is IL 97-0689.