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- Notifies renewing Medicaid households that our records show a certified child has a Texas Health Steps overdue date.
- Notifies renewing Medicaid households that our records show noncompliance with Health Care Orientation.
- Allows a household to self-declare compliance with Texas Health Steps or Health Care Orientation, intent to comply, good cause or confirmation of the noncompliance.
When to Prepare
Complete Form H1024 as part of the renewal process when a certified child has a Texas Health Steps overdue date or the case is flagged for noncompliance with the Health Care Orientation and the overdue date or noncompliance cannot be cleared with a telephone call.
Number of Copies
Prepare one original for the Health Care Orientation and for each child with a Texas Health Steps overdue date.
Mail the original to the household with a return envelope.
See the Manager's Guide for Eligibility Programs.