Important Update about CHIP Coverage
Children and young adults with CHIP health care coverage must renew their coverage every year or risk losing their coverage.
Click here to learn more about what you need to do to keep your child’s coverage.
Your child may be eligible for excellent health coverage from KidzPartners by Health Partners Plans (HPP)!
KidzPartners, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) plan from HPP, is available to children up to age 19 at low or no cost, based on household income.
- Doctor and well-child care visits
- Dental checkups and cleanings, and orthodontics (including braces when medically necessary)
- Eye exams and eyeglasses
- Mental health and substance abuse services
- Nutrition counseling
- Fitness center membership
- And much more!
Want to sign your child up for KidzPartners? Learn how to apply today!
KidzPartners is offered in the following counties:
Find a doctor or other healthcare provider, view the drug formulary, and access health and wellness resources, including the member portal.
Find a Doctor
Use our online tools to find doctors, dentists, pharmacies and other providers.
How to Enroll
Benefits overview, eligibility guidelines, information on how to apply for or renew your coverage.
Programs and Services
Learn more about how we help our members.
HP Connect (Member Portal)
Visit HP Connect, the KidzPartners member portal, to access claims information, health and wellness self-management tools for healthy weight maintenance, healthy eating, help to get fit, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about KidzPartners.
For more information
Call Member Relations at 1-888-888-1211 (TTY 1-877-454-8477); available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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