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Health Care for Pregnant Individuals

Prenatal Coverage May be Available for You and Your Baby

FAMIS Prenatal Coverage is a full coverage program for pregnant individuals who do not meet immigration status rules for other coverage. You do not need to meet immigration status rules, provide immigration documents, or have a Social Security number in order to be eligible for FAMIS Prenatal Coverage. However, you do need to meet the income rules.


Specialty Providers Are Available if You Need Them

Your primary care provider (PCP) will give you regular check-ups and cover your basic health care needs, including many preventive and wellness services.


3 Easy Ways to Apply for Medicaid Coverage

Having health coverage during your pregnancy can help protect both you and your baby. Cover Virginia makes it easy to apply for quality no-cost health coverage to help ensure that you and your baby remain healthy.


Protect Yourself and Your Baby: Find Out if you Qualify for Virginia Medicaid

Expecting mothers in Virginia have access to quality, no-cost health insurance. Eligibility is typically based on income and family size. Discover what health benefits you may qualify for by using CoverVA’s quick and easy Eligibility Screening Tool or by finding additional eligibility information on Virginia’s FAMIS MOMS page.


Plan for a Better Future

We can help you plan for the future. Medicaid coverage also includes family planning services. These services include education and support to help you decide if or when you want to have a baby. Lab testing, counseling, contraceptives, and more are covered.


Protect the Well-Being of Your Child

If you meet the FAMIS income limits and are either a pregnant woman or have a child, we may have coverage for you. Apply for our FAMIS or FAMIS Moms programs to help protect your child’s future. FAMIS is for children, and FAMIS Moms is for pregnant women.