Coverage that fits.

CHIP is always open for enrollment. Apply online

Did you know approximately 60,000 children in Utah don’t have health insurance?

CHIP Member Update

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Now Covered for Children on CHIP with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): As of July 1, 2021, CHIP covers ABA services and ASD related physical, occupational and speech therapy for all members who are eligible for CHIP plans B and C. Families can contact their CHIP medical plan for a list of network providers who can provide ABA services.

Eligibility Review Reminder: Please remember to complete your annual eligibility review!  As of May 2021, all CHIP families will need to work with DWS to make sure their children are still eligible for the program. If this review is not completed, their case will close and CHIP coverage will end.

COVID-19 Information: During the COVID-19 public health emergency, Utah has been granted emergency authority to waive CHIP premiums. CHIP members will not be required to pay their regular quarterly premiums.  When the emergency ends, members will be notified when to begin paying their premiums again.  Any premiums collected during this emergency period, will be refunded to the member.  For more program updates related to the COVID-19 public health emergency, visit the Medicaid website.

What is CHIP?

The Children’s Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, is a state health insurance plan for uninsured Utah kids and teens. Emergency medical costs can quickly break your budget. With CHIP, you’ll have one less thing to worry about. Find out if your family qualifies!