Medicaid Members – Update Your Address
Don’t risk missing important paperwork and losing Medicaid coverage
Do you get health insurance through Medicaid?
Be sure your address is up-to-date so you don’t risk losing coverage.
The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) needs every Medicaid member to update their mailing address. This step can ensure you receive important paperwork about your benefits.
Medicaid pays for your health care, like visits to your doctor and your medicine. Updating your address can help you avoid surprises and get critical information about your insurance.
We urge all Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC) participant families who receive Medicaid to make sure their contact information is current.
You can update your address in several easy steps:
- Call the HFS hotline at (877) 805-5312 from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
- Contact HFS via TTY at (877) 204-1012
- Fill out a quick online form at medicaid.illinois.gov.
To keep your Medicaid coverage, be sure to use an address where mail can always reach you.
For instructions in other languages, please visit HFS’ Address Update Messaging Toolkit webpage.
It’s been two years since HFS has asked Medicaid members to update their contact information. As the COVID-19 public health emergency continues, Medicaid members can stay insured without confirming all eligibility requirements.
Plans are underway to eventually end the public health emergency. An exact date is not yet known.
Once the date is set, HFS will mail important information about how to keep your Medicaid coverage.
Please update your address right away. The process is fast, easy and free.
We will share more details about the end of the public health emergency once they are available.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact your DSCC Care Coordinator. You can call our offices at (800) 322-3722.