A health insurance made for families who make too much money to get Medicaid and can't pay for private health insurance.
Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP/CHIP Perinatal)
The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a program for families who make too much money to get Medicaid, but can't buy private health insurance.
CHIP Perinatal coverage gives care for unborn children of low-income women who can't get Medicaid.
Once the child is born they will receive CHIP benefits for the rest of the 12-months. What’s covered.