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3 Ways to Stay Informed About Your Medicaid Status

By law, Georgia will soon be redetermining everyone’s eligibility.

Here are 3 reliable ways to update your contact information before it’s too late!


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How: Log in and update your contact information at Georgia Gateway.

Available 24/7. This is the fastest way to stay informed.

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How: Schedule an appointment at your local Division of Children and Families Office (DFCS) and we’ll help you get updated.

Case managers are available by appointment only

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By Phone

How: Update your contact information by calling 1-877-GA-DHS-GO (1-877-423-4746)

Or dial 711 if you are deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf-blind, or have problems with speech.

Available for those who need extra support. 

Take advantage of these options to stay informed about your Medicaid status now and in the future.

*For your privacy and security, only update your contact information on the official DHS Gateway site, at a DFCS office or through the official DHS phone system. Services, including interpreters are free. If you are def, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking, you can call us at the number above by dialing 711*

Don’t risk losing your Medicaid benefits.

Renewing your Medicaid eligibility is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

  1. You should receive a letter from the State of Georgia a few months before your Medicaid or PeachCare for Kids redetermination date, explaining how to verify your Medicaid eligibility.
  2. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you can continue your coverage.  If you are no longer eligible for Medicaid, you can explore our Marketplace and Medicare options.
  3. If you don’t receive your letter or are unsure of your redetermination date, visit Georgia Gateway.

Why is this important?

If you don't verify your Medicaid eligibility on time, you will lose your Medicaid benefits.


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