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Montana HELP Plan Participants

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HELP Plan members will now receive health coverage through Montana Medicaid.  You do not need to reapply, your coverage will be transferred automatically. 

You will receive a new Montana Medicaid card to use beginning January 1, 2018.

Your card will look like the Montana Medicaid card below.

Montana Access to Health card image

What about my benefits?

Your benefits will stay the same.

Please see Standard Medicaid for your benefit information.

What about my providers?

You can get health services from any doctor, clinic, or other health care provider who accepts Montana Medicaid.  Nearly all of the providers will remain the same and some additional providers will be available to you.

You can find a list of over 11,500 Montana Medicaid providers using the provider finder, or by calling the Medicaid Member Hotline at 1-800-362-8312.

If your provider would like to be added to this list, have them contact Provider Relations at 1-800-624-3958.

Will I still have to pay a monthly premium?

You are still responsible for your monthly premium and may be disenrolled from the HELP Program if you do not pay your premium.  It is due on the first of each month and should be submitted to the address below or online.

Montana HELP Program
State of Montana
PO Box 35154
Seattle, WA 98124-5154

See the HELP Plan Premium page for additional information.

Do I still have copayments?

You are still responsible for copayments.  There are different copayments for different health services.  Your total copayments and premiums are limited to 5% of your total household income on a quarterly basis.

See Montana Medicaid for additional copayment details.

What about Wellness Programs?

Community Based Wellness Programs:

  • Montana Living Life Well Program
  • Diabetes Self-Management Education
  • Asthma Self-Management Education
  • Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
  • Walk with Ease Program
  • Diabetes Prevention Program
  • Montana Tobacco Quit Line

What if I have more questions?

Additional information about Montana Medicaid can be found on the Medicaid page or by calling the Member HELP Line at 1-800-362-8312.

HELP-link Workforce Program logo


Contact your local Job Service Office to enroll in HELP-Link, the HELP Plan Medicaid workforce program