Open Enrollment might be over, but your chance to get 2019 coverage isn’t over. Had a big change in your life, like losing a job or having a baby? See if you qualify for Individual & Family health insurance with a Special Enrollment. And learn how to get financial assistance for that new health plan. Trained and unbiased, Individual and Family Health Insurance Marketplace navigators are free to use and will personally help you find the best healthcare plan for the lowest price, so you have coverage ASAP. Or call our licensed agents at 833-356-1182.
Navigators are trained and paid by the federal government, rather than insurance companies. Their goal is simple: to help you find the coverage that best fits you...at no cost to you! They are well versed in Medicaid, CHIP and all Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, Marketplace plans. This makes them a great resource when you are choosing a plan.
They are well-versed in "navigating" the federal Healthcare.gov and state Connect for Health Colorado health insurance marketplaces set up by the ACA.
Marketplace navigators and certified assisters can aid you by:
There are dozens of navigators and assisters ready to help at no charge to you:
The Dannon Project
Concilio Latino de Salud Inc.
Helping Families in Need
Marc Community Resources
Maricopa County Department of Health
People of Color Network
Pima Community Access Program
Pan Asian Community Alliance
Aurora Community Assistance Network
Benefits in Action
Colorado Alliance for Health Equity and Practice
GLBT Community Center of Colorado
Servicios De La Raza
Chota Community Health Services
East Region, Tennesses Department of Health
Knox County Fish Pantry
Leconte Medical Center
North Knoxville Medical Center
Northwest Community Development Corp
Jefferson Memorial Hospital
Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital
Turkey Creek Medical Center
Aaron E Henry Community Health Services Center
Byhalia Family Dental Clinic
Case Management Inc.
Christ Community Health Services
The Hill Hernando Church
Seeds 2 Life
Urban Family Ministries
Get Covered Tennesse
Hispanic Family Foundation
Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center
University Community Health Services
Because navigators predominately come from a social work or non-profit background, they are motivated by connecting consumers to the insurance that best fits them, by eliminating the number of uninsured consumers and serving a population that is often underserved by carriers.
Despite continuous federal cuts, navigators maintain consistent hours during Open Enrollment, frequently working 80 hours per week. They often divide their time between active outreach (driving to prisons, shelters, etc.) and enrollment events. They are people who like to help people.
We don’t really have any. We just firmly believe in our product, pricing, service, and Care Partner relationships. We want to ensure that you are getting the best Individual & Family health insurance plan. We also are available on the Marketplace where you can qualify for subsidies, but that can be a process. And we know all too well that health insurance already can be overwhelming, so we strongly encourage you to use free navigators.
When you decide to seek help, be sure to bring documents that can prove your identity, U.S. Citizenship and/or Immigration Status and Date of Birth. Citizen children who provide a social security number are not required to provide identity or citizenship documentation if eligible for Child Health Plus. You also will be asked to provide your estimated yearly income.
Bright Health provides affordable health insurance for everyday folks.
If you are between jobs, working part-time, self-employed, or otherwise don’t receive healthcare through an employer, the marketplaces were set up for you. We believe there’s no reason to be on your own for healthcare - and that includes helping you find that right someone who will help you.
Call us up 833-356-1182.