Local, in-person help

Do you need to enroll or update your information at HealthCare.gov?  Not sure which plan is right for you or how to navigate the application process?

Connect with trained counselors for free, personalized assistance near you.
Call United Way 2-1-1 or click here»

 

First time applying?

If you don't have health insurance through a job, Medicare, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program, or another source of qualifying coverage, the Health Insurance Marketplace can help you get covered.

Get five tips about Marketplace coverage and important deadlines.

 

Questions about the elections?

This year's elections have left some consumers concerned about their ability to enroll in health coverage through the Marketplace.  While there may be predictions about the Affordable Care Act's future, the reality is nothing will change between now and the end of open enrollment on January, 31, 2017. Read more»

Open Enrollment for 2017 is Here!

Need health insurance? More than 70 percent of consumers can find Marketplace plans for less than $75 per month. Visit HealthCare.gov to check out your 2017 coverage options.

Plans are changing!

Health insurance plans and prices change each year. Consumers who don't research 2017 options may spend more than they need. Review and update your information now to make sure your new or current coverage meets your family's needs. Preview 2017 plans and prices here»

Need help applying for coverage?

Free, in-person assistance is available. Call United Way 2-1-1 or click here to connect with trained counselors near you.

You could be eligible for financial assistance!

Your savings depend on your expected household income for the year. Over 8 in 10 people who apply are eligible to save, and most can find plans for between $50 and $100 per month (after accounting for their premium tax credit). Check here if you'll save»

Medicaid and CHIP

Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provide free or low-cost health coverage to millions of Americans, including some low-income people, families and children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people with disabilities. See if you're eligible Medicaid or CHIP here»