State/Federally Funded Programs
The following low-cost insurance programs are available to uninsured children and adults who qualify.
Click on each program's name to obtain more information about eligibility and registration.
Also, ask insurance carriers in your
if they offer low-cost coverage for young adults.
beWellnm is New Mexico’s Health Insurance Exchange. It’s a marketplace where New Mexicans can learn about health insurance, compare plans and get ready to enroll.
Centennial Care is the name of the New Mexico Medicaid program. Centennial Care began on January 1, 2014 with services provided by four managed care organizations (MCOs). These services include physical health, behavioral health, long-term care and community benefits. Eligibility for all Medicaid programs requires that individuals meet certain federal guidelines. These include citizenship, residency and income requirements.
Keeping Kids Healthy
New Mexico Centennial Care provides a variety of health services for children under a federal Medicaid policy. This includes preventive health services, maintenance health services to improve a condition or prevent worsening, and treatment of medical conditions. It also includes a complete range of mental health services which include treatment for alcohol and substance abuse
Our Medicare section offers comprehensive, official information provided by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The official government handbook, 'Medicare & You,' includes sections on Medicare coverage choices, choosing a prescription plan, financial assistance, your Medicare rights, and more.
View, download or print 'Medicare & You' in PDF format.
For more information about the Medicare Advantage Plans, other Medicare Health Plans, or Medicare Prescription Drug Plans available in your area, visit medicare.gov on the Web or call (800) MEDICARE (800-633-4227). TTY users should call (877) 486-2048.
Learn more about private insurance enrollment for Medicare D.