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To be Eligible for IHP Medical and Dental, applicants must be:

  • Live in Ingham County
  • Not have health insurance (Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP), Medicare, Healthy Kids, MIChild, or any other health insurance or medical benefit, including employer-sponsored health insurance. Exceptions: You may have Medicaid Spend-down, and Emergency Services Only (ESO) Medicaid and still be eligible for IHP.
  • Meet income guidelines - yearly household income equal to or below 224% of the Federal Poverty Level. For a one person household this is $28,000 per year.


Starting October 2019, IHP now has an online application. It is new. If you have feedback about the online process we'd love to hear from you. You can email The in-person application process is still available.

You can complete an inā€person interview with an Enrollment Specialist at various sites in Ingham County. You will need to bring proof of income and residency in Ingham County. You may be asked to provide proof that you have applied for Healthy Michigan Plan or were denied (if you appear eligible). Call the site first to check enrollment hours.

IHP Enrollment Sites (Medical and Dental Plans):

Allen Neighborhood Center
(517) 367-2468
1619 E Kalamazoo St.
Lansing MI 48912
Ingham County Health Dept
Registration & Enrollment
(517) 887-4306
5303 S Cedar St, Entrance #3
Lansing MI 48911
Cristo Rey Community Center
(517) 372-4700
1717 N. High St.
Lansing MI 48906
Spanish Enrollment Assistance Available
NorthWest Initiative
(517) 999-2894
510 Ottawa St.
Lansing MI 48933
Southside Community Coalition
(517) 394-7400
2101 W Holmes Rd.
Lansing MI 48910
  • P.O. Box 30125
  • Lansing, MI 48909
  • 866-291-8691
  • 517-394-4590