If you are looking for coverage options under the health care reform efforts, the HealthCare.gov site has some helpful links and details including this one meant for low-income people:

“Even if you were told you didn’t qualify for Medicaid in the past, you may qualify under the new rules.”

Here’s the Michigan-specific information as listed on that site:

Medicaid in Michigan

Michigan will expand its Medicaid program as of April 2014 to cover households with incomes up to 133% of the federal poverty level. That works out to about $15,800 a year for 1 person or $32,500 for a family of 4. You can find out whether you qualify for Medicaid in Michigan 2 ways: Contact your state Medicaid agency right now or fill out an application for coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace.


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