How To Replace A Texas Medicaid Card
In this resource guide, I will show you how to replace a lost Texas Medicaid card.
Getting another Medicaid card is important, especially if you need to visit your doctor. Luckily the process of getting a replacement Texas Medicaid card is easy. You simply need to call Texas Health and Human Services.
Continue reading this article to learn which Texas Medicaid phone number you need to dial to get a new Medicaid card in the mail.
How Do I Get A Replacement Medicaid Card In Texas?
You can get another Texas Medicaid card by either calling Texas Health and Human Services or visiting YourTexasBenefits.com.
If you have lost your Texas Medicaid card you can call the health and human services department at 800.252.8263 to get a replacement card.
How Do I Replace My Texas Medicaid Card Online?
To get a replacement Texas Medicaid card you must:
- Visit YourTexasBenefits.com
- Log into your account
- Click “Manage”
- Find the “Medicaid & CHIP services” link
- Finally, click the “cards” tab
How Do I Contact Texas Medicaid?
To contact Texas Medicaid, you can call their toll-free number at 1-800-252-8263. You can also visit their webpage on the Texas Health and Human Services website.
Can I Replace A Lost Texas EBT Card With The Same Number?
No the number to replace your Medicaid card is different from the number you would dial to replace your Texas food stamp card.
If you have lost your Texas food stamp card, you will need to call 800.777.7328.
To replace your Texas Medicaid card, you need to call Texas Health and Human Services at 800.252.8263. Another option you have to get another Medicaid card in Texas if you lost your card is to visit YourTexasBenefits.gov.
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Nick Bryant is the author of Understanding Healthcare Is Half The Battle and a Senior Counselor with 13+ years of experience working in community health and mental health. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching WWE on Friday nights, and working toward a Google Data Analytics certification. If you have additional questions about community resources or government assistance programs, simply leave a comment below and he will follow up as soon as possible.