Insurance Enrollment Resources
Signing up for health insurance is simpler for uninsured and under-insured individuals using these resources.
The launch of wahealthplanfinder.org in 2013 streamlined the process for Washington residents without insurance or for those looking to compare new options in the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. We have coordinated links to resources that will help make sense of it all for individuals and families.
Enrollment is open at designated “open enrollment” periods for most individuals and families, but may be open year-round for some. Individuals and families can learn more and enroll online at wahealthplanfinder.org, over the phone at 1-855-WAFINDER (1-855-923-4633) or TTY/TTD 1-855-627-9604, or in person with help from trained, bilingual and certified in-person assisters (sometimes called “navigators”), agents or brokers.
Help enrolling is also available through:
- In-person assisters from WithinReach / Verdant Health Commission program
Individuals & Families Fact Sheet (.pdf) – Overview of Washington Healthplanfinder
What Obamacare Means for You – Produced by Kaiser Health News, a non-profit news organization covering health care policy and politics
Citizenship and Immigration Eligibility Chart (.pdf) – See who is eligible for what options, based on citizenship status
HealthCare.gov – Individuals & Families’ Resources on the Affordable Care Act
Medicaid is now Apple Health – Overview and more details about coverage