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If you need health insurance, or want to renew your current health insurance plan, be prepared. The 2021 Open Enrollment Period begins Sunday, November 1, 2020, and ends on Tuesday, December 15, 2020. Time is limited. You only have 45 days to enroll. Do not delay.

How To Enroll

Call one of the agencies listed below to start your enrollment.

To find out how much financial assistance you are eligible for, please have the following documents for each household member available when you call:

  • Government Issued Picture ID – Driver’s License, State ID
  • Immigration Document – Legal Permanent Resident Card
  • Certificate of Naturalization
  • Social Security Card
  • Employer and Income Information – W-2 Forms, Paystubs, Wage and Tax Statements, etc.
  • Policy Numbers for Current Health Insurance – Including Medicaid, CHIP, and Medicare Benefits
  • Valid Email Address – Have your Username and Password Available

Who is considered a “Household?”

For most families a household includes yourself plus the number of people that you claim as dependents on your income tax return. This may include children, parents, or other relatives who qualify as dependents on your tax return. Children of divorced parents are counted in the household of the parent who claims them as a dependent (even if the other parent has to pay for the child’s health insurance).

Do not include children who you do not claim as a dependent, even if they still live at home.

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Would you like to receive reminders about the next open enrollment period for the Health Insurance Marketplace?

The Affordable Care Act

The law provides subsidies to help pay for health insurance.

There are many health plan options for you and your family. We can help you find the right plan for your lifestyle and budget.

You may even find a better health plan than the one you currently have, but you have to apply through the Health Insurance Marketplace and enroll in a health plan.

Get started today!

During the Open Enrollment Period everyone can apply for or renew their health insurance coverage.

Call one of the agencies listed below to start your enrollment.

The current Open Enrollment Period is November 1 through December 15.

Certain life changes can trigger a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) in which someone could apply to the Health Insurance Marketplace outside of the Open Enrollment Period.

Those changes include:

  • Loss of health insurance coverage
  • Having or adopting a child
  • Marriage or divorce
  • Gaining or losing a job
  • Changes in legal status

For help applying to see if your change qualifies you for a Special Enrollment Period call today.

Everyone DESERVES health insurance.

Everyone deserves the peace of mind and access to quality care that comes with having health insurance.

When more people have coverage, then the entire system works better, our health care dollars go farther, and our community is healthier.

The benefits of having health insurance are real and valuable. Get started today!

Call a local enrollment group to schedule an appointment to assist you.

Click here to download a printable PDF of the Understanding Health Insurance booklet.

You NEED health insurance

Health insurance is important because it protects people from the high costs of medical care.

When you buy health insurance, you are buying it alongside many other people. You then are all members of the health insurance plan. Each member pays into the plan. If you or any member needs expensive medical care, you won’t have to pay the true cost of care. The money will come from the plan that you have been paying into.

Health insurance covers the costs of medical services, medicines, hospital care, and special equipment when you are sick. Health insurance is also very important when you are not sick. Most health insurance pays for immunizations and yearly check-ups for children and adults. It may also pay for health screenings, counseling, and more.

The Health Insurance Marketplace helps uninsured people enroll in health coverage. At the Marketplace, you can find out if you qualify for:

Learn how to compare plans and choose one that’s right for youKnowing these things will help you decide what kind of plan you should buy:

  • Any medical conditions that you have now
  • Any medicines that you take now
  • The number of medical visits that you expect to have for the year
  • Any medical procedures like surgery or therapy that you may need
  • Names of providers who are signed up to work with the health insurance company

(all providers who have contracts with one insurance company are called a network)