How to reapply for Medicaid in New Hampshire

How to reapply for Medicaid

If you’re on Medicaid in New Hampshire, you may need to reapply to ensure you’re still eligible and continue receiving your Medicaid health coverage. For many New Hampshire members, this reapplication is mandatory. Ignoring it may cause you to lose your coverage.

Worried you might be affected? Here’s a quick guide on how to reapply for Medicaid in New Hampshire.

Do I need to reapply for Medicaid?

If you live in New Hampshire, are covered by Medicaid, and received a pink notice from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) you need to reapply for Medicaid coverage.

If you received this notice and already responded to it, you’re all set! If you haven’t use the guide below.

Why do I need to renew my Medicaid coverage?

As the COVID-19 public health emergency ends, the agency that provides Medicaid benefits is completing a “redetermination”: a new look at the eligibility of people on Medicaid. As part of this redetermination, you’ll need to provide updated information.

How to renew your Medicaid coverage:

  1. Log in to your account at
  2. Update your personal information. This may include your proof of income, employment status, address, contact info, etc.
  3. While you’re logged in, you also have the chance to change your Medicaid MCO plan.

If you have any questions or concerns about reapplying for Medicaid, contact your Care Navigator. They’re happy to help walk you through the process.

If the state determined that you’re no longer eligible for Medicaid benefits, you will be notified and can get help find replacement coverage through the Groups Care Navigation team or through the NH state insurance navigators: