The Medical Access Program (MAP) and MAP BASIC are local programs provided by Central Health that covers medical care for qualifying Travis County residents.
MAP helps people get the health care they need. Individuals enrolled in MAP can see a doctor, get medicine, and see a dentist.
Every person in your family who is eligible will get a MAP identification card.
You may use your MAP identification card to get healthcare services through any of the clinics or doctors who offer care to MAP patients.
Call 512-978-8130 or Apply Online
Apply for MAP online
As a result of containment measures being taken to minimize spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), many Travis County residents are losing their jobs, their income, and their health insurance. If you are uninsured and have lost your job, you may be eligible for one of Central Health’s coverage programs – MAP or MAP BASIC.
Currently all MAP Eligibility Offices are closed. Individuals can apply for MAP one of 3 ways.
- Online: apply4map.net
- Over the phone by calling 512-978-8130
- Download a paper application here
Here is a list of documents you may need to include with your application.
- Applicant Responsibilities
- Self Employment Form
- Residence and Financial Support Form
- Employment Verification Form
If you apply online you will be able to upload your documents in your application.
If you have already applied and received a letter from us requesting you provide us with additional information or documents, you can submit those documents:
Questions About or Help WIth Your MAP Coverage
If you are enrolled in MAP and have questions or need help, of if you just have questions about how to get health care, fill out the form below and a member of the Central Health Eligibility Team will be in touch.