Is my ND Medicaid active?

Providers can check claim status through the Automated Voice Response System by dialing 1-877-328-7098 and selecting option 4. Claim status can also be obtained through the secure provider portal. We appreciate your participation in the ND Medicaid program and continuing to care for our North Dakota citizens.

How do I apply for Medicaid in North Dakota?

Apply for Medicaid in North Dakota Online at or the North Dakota Department of Human Services website. You can also enroll by phone at 1-800-318-2596, or you can apply in person or by mail at your local County Social Services Office. Eligibility: The aged, blind, and disabled.

Does North Dakota Medicaid expansion cover dental?

The North Dakota Medicaid Program can help cover dental expenses for individuals who qualify. Eligibility and Rules: For eligibility requirements, visit Children’s Special Health Services provides dental services for children with special health-care needs.

Does North Dakota have medical assistance?

The North Dakota Medical Expense Assistance Program (MEAP) is a new program designed for first responders and frontline healthcare workers and provides financial assistance for COVID-19 related expenses. Eligible applicants may qualify to receive funding up to $5,000.

Does North Dakota have Medicaid?

In North Dakota, Medicaid is administered by the North Dakota Department of Human Services (DHS) agency. Medicaid is a wide-ranging, jointly funded state and federal health care program for low-income individuals of all ages.

Does ND Medicaid cover circumcision?

The 16 states without Medicaid coverage for male circumcision are California, Oregon, North Dakota, Mississippi, Nevada, Washington, Missouri, Arizona, North Carolina, Montana, Utah, Florida, Maine, Louisiana, Idaho and Minnesota.

Does ND Medicaid pay for assisted living?

The state Medicaid program in North Dakota will cover the cost of nursing home care for those who are elderly or disabled (as it does in every state). Aid may be provided in one’s home, the home of a friend or relative, an adult foster care home, or an assisted living facility.