Centennial Care Overview
Centennial Care is the new name of the New Mexico Medicaid program. Centennial Care began on January 1, 2014 with services provided by four managed care organizations (MCOs). These services include physical health, behavioral health, long-term care and community benefits.
Most people who were previously enrolled in a New Mexico Medicaid program are eligible for Centennial Care. Eligibility for all Medicaid programs requires that individuals meet certain federal guidelines. These include citizenship, residency and income requirements.
To apply for Centennial Care coverage, you can complete an application on-line.
To complete an application by phone you can call the Human Services Division's new Medicaid Expansion Hotline toll-free at 1- 855-637- 6574 or for general questions, please call 1-888-997-2583.
Check Your Eligibility / Enroll in or Change Your Managed Care Plan
Go to the New Mexico Medicaid Portal to:
I AM ALREADY ENROLLED IN THE NEW MEXICO MEDICAID PROGRAM
Log in to:
- Check you eligibility.
- Enroll in or change your managed care plan.
- Request a replacement Medicaid ID card.
- Ask a question about your coverage.
YA ESTOY REGISTRADO/A EN EL PROGRAMA DE MEDICAID DE NUEVO MEXICO
- Chequear su elegibilidad.
- Registrarse o cambiar su plan de cuidado admnistrativo.
- Solicitar una Tarjeta de Identifacion de reemplazo.
- Hacer una pregunta sobre su cobertuna.
More Detailed Information on Eligibility Program Rules
If you would like more detailed information on the eligibility program rules, Click on the link below to view the MAD NMAC Eligibility Program Rules Manual. This page can also be viewed under Looking For Information, General Information, Rules and Statutes (NMAC), Medical Assistance Division.
MAD NMAC Eligibility Program Rules Manual
More Detailed Information on Income Eligibility Guidelines
If you would like more detailed information on the income eligibility guidelines also known as the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines, Click on the link below to view the Income Eligibility Guidelines (FPLs). This page can also be viewed under Looking For Information, Information for Recipients, Income Eligibility Guidelines (FPLs)
Income Eligibility Guidelines (FPLs)
More Detailed Information on Citizenship Requirements
If you would like more detailed information on the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 that addresses the citizenship and identity requirement for Medicaid, Click on the link below. This page can also be viewed under Looking for Information, Information for Recipients, Citizenship Requirements.