Healthcare Coverage - Get Covered, Stay Covered
Healthcare coverage can be easy to ignore - until you need it. Hoosiers covered by the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), Hoosier Healthwise, Medicaid and other Indiana health insurance programs must pay close attention to requests and requirements. Missing one notice can result in gaps or loss of coverage. Health insurance can be confusing, and we want Hoosiers to know that help is available.
Health Insurance Navigators will be offering on the spot enrollment assistance at RJ’s Food Mart in Shoals, IN from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. and at the Loogootee IGA from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. on April 17th.
Pace Community Action Agency, Inc. and Covering Kids & Families want Hoosiers to know:
· If you do not have healthcare coverage or have questions about keeping your coverage, NO COST unbiased help is available.
· To keep your healthcare coverage, it is critical to respond to any requests for information and to follow plan requirements (Power Account payments, Gateway to Work reporting, change in income, change in address, etc.). Not responding by deadlines could result in gaps or loss of coverage.
Pace has certified Health Insurance Navigators in Knox, Daviess, Martin, Greene and Gibson Counties. Call your local Health Insurance Navigator today to schedule an appointment. Knox County: 812-881-1934, Daviess and Martin Counties: 812-881-1645, Greene County: 812-890-2322, Gibson County: 812-881-2030.
Pace Community Action Agency, Inc. is a private not-for-profit Community Action Agency established to provide support services to improve the community and encourage self-reliance. Services are provided without regard to race, age, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, or status as a veteran.
Covering Kids & Families of Indiana (CKF-IN) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring all Hoosiers have accessible healthcare coverage. CKF-IN promotes and facilitates healthcare coverage by building coalitions that enroll, educate, and support Hoosiers and by advocating for strong inclusive public policies. For more information, visit www.ckfindiana.org