Income and Resource Requirements for Children and Pregnant Women

(Based on 2017 Federal Poverty Income Guidelines (FPIG)

 

Household Size

Monthly Pregnant Women and Infants Under Age One (215% FPIG)

Monthly
Children Age One to Age Five (157% FPIG)

Monthly
Children Ages Six to Under Age 19 (133% FPIG)

1

$2,161

$1,578

$1,337

2

$2,910

$ 2,125

$1,800

3

$3,659

$2,672

$2,264

4

$4,408

$3,219

$2,727

5

$5,157

$3,766

$3,190

6

$5,906

$4,313

$3,654

7

$6,655

$4,860

$4,117

8

$7,404

$5,407

$4,580

Each Additional Person

+$749

+$547

+$464

Pregnant women and children up to age one: Family income may not exceed 215 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines (FPIG)
When determining which income eligibility limit applies to a pregnant woman, household size is increased by the number of unborn children. Example: If a woman verifies she is pregnant with twins, then she counts as three persons.

Children ages one through five: Family income may not exceed 157 percent of the Federal Poverty
Income Guidelines

Children ages six through 18: Family income may not exceed 133 percent of the Federal Poverty
Income Guidelines

No Resource requirements.
Resources such as vehicles, property, and life insurance are not considered in determining eligibility for this program.