Need Insurance. We’ll Help You Get Covered.
If you’re delaying healthcare or worrying about medical bills because you’re uninsured, we can help.
There have never been more coverage options or more resources available that make signing up for health insurance easier, including free help online, in-person and over the phone. Financial assistance is available, too. Don’t wait.
Now Is Your Chance
Remember to enroll by January 31, 2015 for coverage to begin March 1, 2016.
Free help is available to complete the application, but time is limited. The health insurance marketplaces, which let you choose between a variety of different health care plans and apply for financial assistance, opened on November 1, 2015 and will close January 31, 2016.
Get assistance with your application from local, in-person help.
You don’t have to do it alone. Free, in-person help with your application is available. In-person or over the phone we can help compare plans, estimate costs that fit your budget and find out if you qualify for financial assistance.
See how much help you could qualify for to cover your monthly insurance cost.
Most people are getting covered by new plans for $100 per month or even less. In fact, last year more than 4 out of 5 people who signed up for health insurance got help paying for it.* While not every plan and tax credit can be estimated online and you could qualify for more assistance, we’ve got a calculator to help you make a plan to get covered.
Answer a few quick questions and see specific health plans available to you.
You have the power to shop, compare and choose. You can’t be turned down or charged more for pre-existing conditions. New low-cost plans will cover everything from routine checkups, doctor visits and preventative care to advanced care including cancer screenings and prescription drugs. You pick the one that works for your budget and family.
Don’t Get Caught Without Coverage – People Who Don’t Sign Up Will Pay a Fine
Consumers have to consider their health insurance at tax time. If you don’t have health care coverage in 2015, you’ll have to pay a penalty when you file your federal income tax return. The penalties have increased to $695 per adult or 2.5% of your household income, whichever is greater, for the 2016 calendar year.
*Purchased on the marketplace exchange