King County Adult Dental Program (KCADP)
KCADP provides dental services for residents living in King County who are not eligible for Apple Health (Medicaid) due to citizenship requirements.
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Eligibility for the King County Adult Dental Program (KCADP)
Must be a resident of King County
Your address will determine eligibility. Clients are not eligible for Apple Health (Medicaid) due to citizenship status and are currently homelessness or unsheltered are eligible for the KCADP.
Not eligible for Apple Health (Medicaid/Insurance) due to citizenship requirements
You must be ineligible to get health insurance (Apple Health/Medicaid) in Washington State due to citizenship status. This includes residents who are undocumented, Deferred Action Childhood Arrival (DACA), and residents who have a green card but don't meet the 5 year residency requirement. Individuals with visitor visas or students are not eligible.
Your income must be less then 317% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL):
How to enroll:
Call the Community Health Access Program (CHAP) at 1-800-756-5437. They will screen you for the program and if eligible you'll be enrolled into the KCADP.
What happens after you're approved
You'll be enrolled into the KCADP and scheduled for dental services at one of the following locations: Mobile Dental Team event, Public Health Center, Community Health Center, or other dental providers. You'll be assigned to a dental home where you'll get all your covered dental services at no cost. Your eligibility will be determined annually.
Cleaning, extractions (pulling teeth), x-rays, nitrous oxide, fillings, routine exams, fluoride application. Limited services include periodontal (gum disease), root canal (front teeth only), dentures/partials and oral surgery.
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