Many communities in Michigan are using an innovative approach to providing health care benefits to persons in need. Programs called County Health Plans are serving as a vehicle to provide access to organized systems of health care for the indigent uninsured and lower income persons without private or public health insurance.

Each County Health Plan is responsibile for administering the State's Adult Benefits Waiver (ABW) program for the county or counties it serves. This program ended March 31, 2014 and its receipents transferred to the new Healthy Michigan Program. Through contracts with local hospitals, most County Health Plans have expanded their coverage through various prgrams to include low income uninsured residents in thier service areas. Many of these still continue today.

The County Health Plans appearing on this website have a contractual arrangement with Health Plan Management Services to administer their programs. County Health Plans are not insurance but provide health care services to residents in their service area.

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