This program is administered
by the Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board (MRMIB).
The following are deductions we will subtract from your gross monthly income (if applicable) to determine if you qualify for the AIM Program. Child care and disabled dependent care expenses will be deducted (up to the maximum allowed) if the pregnant woman and the husband/father of the baby are working or in job-training and are not at home to provide care. You must submit the appropriate documentation for each deduction.
|Work-related. Each adult who is working or receiving State Disability Insurance or Workers Compensation will take a deduction of $90. If one’s earnings are less than $90, only take a deduction for the amount earned.||$90||None. Automatically applied to each working adult and those receiving State Disability Insurance or Workers Compensation. If earnings are less than $90, the deduction will only be for the amount earned.|
|Court-ordered alimony or spousal support received.||$50||Copy of the previous month's alimony or spousal support check received.|
|Monthly child care expense for each child under age 2.||$200 each (maximum)||Previous month’s child day care expense receipts or cancelled checks or a letter from the child care provider. Please see a sample child day care letter.|
|Monthly child care expense for each child age 2 and over.||$175 each (maximum)||Previous month’s child day care expense receipts or cancelled checks or a letter from the child care provider. Please see a sample child day care letter.|
|Monthly disabled dependent living in the home (any age) expense.||$175 each (maximum)||Previous month's expense receipts or cancelled checks.|
|Monthly court-ordered alimony or child support you or your husband or father of the baby (as defined in Determining Your Income) pay.||Full payment amount||Copies of cancelled checks, pay stubs showing support deductions or statement from the District Attorney's Family Support Division for the most recent one-month period.|