Didn't sign up for health insurance during open enrollment?  You may still be able to get coverage two ways:

1.       You qualify for Special Enrollment Period:  If you got married, had a baby, adopted a child, or had moved in the past sixty days.  You need proof of event if you do qualify for Special Enrollment Period.  Check this list to see if you qualify for any of these life events.


2.       Through Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program: Medicaid and CHIP provide free or low-cost health coverage. Medicaid is a government funded program that helps low-income families and individuals pay for the cost of healthcare. CHIP, The Children’s Health Insurance Program, is a health insurance plan that helps working families who do not have health insurance for their children.  You can sign up for Medicaid or CHIP anytime throughout the year.





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