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Enroll in Health Insurance:

Uninsured? Need to change your plan? Not sure what your options are? Our highly trained team of navigators can help. As a nonprofit, we provide independent assistance in understanding, applying for, and enrolling in health coverage, free of charge.

To contact a navigator, call (877) 570-3642 or fill out the form below.  Open Enrollment Ends December 15th.

Here’s some basic information about income eligibility:

You may qualify for a new, free coverage option under Health Choices, Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program, if your yearly income is below:

Single PersonFamily of 2Family of 3Family of 4Family of 5Family of 6
Below
$16,643/year
Below
$22,412/year
Below
$28,180/year
Below
$33,948/year
Below
$39,717/year
Below
$45,485/year

You may qualify for help with your monthly payments and lower out-of-pockets costs if your yearly income is below:

Single PersonFamily of 2Family of 3Family of 4Family of 5Family of 6
Below
$30,150/year
Below
$40,600/year
Below
$51,050/year
Below
$61,500/year
Below
$71,950/year
Below
$82,400/year

You may qualify for help with your monthly payments only if your yearly income is below:

Single PersonFamily of 2Family of 3Family of 4Family of 5Family of 6
Below
$48,240/year
Below
$64,960/year
Below
$81,680/year
Below
$98,400/year
Below
$115,120/year
Below
$131,840/year

If your income is above these limits, you still qualify to purchase coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. You just wouldn’t receive any financial assistance.

You can apply for Health Choices all-year round. For coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace, you need to enroll during open enrollment or qualify for a special enrollment period. Check out our blog post on special enrollment periods.

What will I need to apply?

  • General information about everyone applying for coverage or claimed on your yearly Federal income tax return, and all income information for every kind of income coming into the household.
  • If you have an offer of employer sponsored coverage, even if you’re not enrolled in it, you’ll need information about that plan and how much it would cost you if you were enrolled.
  • If you are lawfully present in the United States, but not a U.S. Citizen, you’ll need information regarding your immigration status if you are applying for coverage (you do not need this information if you are not applying for coverage).