How to Get Health Care

How to Get Health Care

Are you trying to find health care for you or your family?

Start here or call (512) 978-8130.


Medical Access Program - Logo (small)To qualify for full benefits under the Medical Access Program (MAP), residents must be at or below 100% of the Federal Poverty Income Guideline (FPIG). Elderly or disabled residents must be at or below 200% FPIG.

Overview of the Medical Access Program (MAP)

2015 Poverty Guidelines

Persons in family/householdPoverty guideline
1$$11,770
2$15,930
3$20,090
4$24,250
5$28,410
6$32,570
7$36,730
8$40,890
For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,160 for each additional person.

Community residents at or below 200% FPIG who do not qualify for MAP full-benefit coverage may receive primary care services through our health care partners on a sliding fee scale program that determines cost for care based on annual income.


For Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)/Medicaid information, click here.

Other healthcare options for uninsured and underinsured individuals in Travis County can be accessed by clicking Additional Resources.

Call 512-978-8130 for assistance with any questions.

Visit CHeligibility.net for more information on eligibility requirements and to find out if you might be eligible for coverage programs.