Medical assistance for children, adolescents, young adult and single parents with children in common forms of housing

for Children, adolescents and young adult children who are housed outside the family as part of the Child and Youth Assistance, as well as for Mothers or fathers caring for a child under the age of six alone is entitled to medical assistance. The health care allowance - comparable to the benefits of the statutory health insurance fund - applies if there is no other health insurance cover or if the health insurance does not fully cover the necessary needs. This means that if these children, adolescents or young adult members become ill, the responsible Youth Office ensures that the costs are covered. Children, adolescents and young adult living in a foster family live in an inpatient facility for children's and young people's aid ("Children's Home") in an intensive social-educational individual support are as a mentally disabled child or adolescent living in a foster family or in an inpatient child and youth welfare institution taken into care by the Youth Office (also for the time being) are housed in a socially pedagogically supervised form of housing during participation in educational or vocational training or in vocational integration Mothers or fathers who care for a child under the age of six and live with the child in a common form of residence for mothers/fathers/children, and Children who live with their mother or father in a common form of living for mothers/fathers and their children

A separate application is not required. In order to verify the claim, the Youth Office requests the necessary documents.


Preconditions
Medical help can get Children, adolescents or young adult sancing sins living in a foster family or in an inpatient children's and youth welfare institution ("Children's Home"). children and young people who have been taken into care by the Youth Office (for the time being), young people living in a form of social education during their participation in education or vocational training or in vocational integration. Mothers or fathers who care for a child under the age of six alone and live with the child in a common form of residence for mothers/fathers/children Children living with their mother or father in a common form of residence for mothers/fathers and children Important is: Health care is only provided if there is no other health insurance cover or if it does not fully cover the necessary needs. The persons entitled to care for the person or the child or the young person or young adult are entitled.
The responsible youth office checks whether there is other health insurance cover, for example through family insurance or voluntary reinsurance. Unless there is a primary possibility of health care or health insurance, the Youth Office ensures health care (for example, by registering with a statutory health insurance fund).