All Kids Program
Information on the All Kids Program
program that gives every child access to
comprehensive, affordable health
are the answers to some commonly asked
questions about the program.
does All Kids cover?
All Kids is
complete health insurance for your
It covers doctor visits, hospital
stays, prescription drugs, vision care,
dental care and eyeglasses. All Kids
check-ups and immunization shots,
as well as special services like medical
equipment, speech therapy and physical
children who need them.
can get All Kids?
Children can get
All Kids health insurance if:
• They live in
• They are age 18
• They meet
specific insurance requirements.
there an income limit for All Kids?
happened to KidCare and Medicaid?
Medicaid are now part of All Kids.
Children who have KidCare or
Medicaid are automatically enrolled in
What about health insurance for parents?
FamilyCare health insurance covers
parents but there is a limit to how much
income parents can have to get
FamilyCare. Parents and children can
apply on the same application.
Can I keep my current doctor with All
You can keep your
current doctor if your doctor has signed
up to accept All Kids and agrees to
coordinate your child’s care.
If not, you can choose a
different primary doctor or clinic. All
children will have a doctor or clinic
that knows them and their families.
Families will be able to change
primary doctors for any reason.
How does immigration status affect my
child’s ability to get All Kids?
As long as children
meet the other requirements, they can
get All Kids regardless of immigration
status. They must live in Illinois.
If children come to Illinois just to get medical care, they will
not qualify for All Kids.
To Apply for All
• Go online to www.allkidscovered.com,
• Contact Kristi Briggs, N.C.A., at Rockford Health System at (815) 971-6627.
If your child qualified for All Kids,
you will receive an All Kids member
handbook which explains how the program
You will also receive an All Kids