Starting November 15th, you can enroll in an affordable health plan that works for you at https://www.healthcare.gov. If you are not ready to enroll, you can browse prices for 2015 on the Marketplace https://www.healthcare.gov/see-plans. The online tools are easy to use, and there is no obligation to buy. Just shop online and look at prices.
2015 Open Enrollment Information
Open Enrollment starts November 15, 2014. You can’t apply for 2015 coverage until then. In the meantime, you can get ready to apply https://www.healthcare.gov/apply-and-enroll/get-ready-to-apply. Coverage for 2015 begins January 1, 2015.
Want to Stay in Your Current Plan?
If you had Marketplace coverage in 2014, learn how to enroll in your current plan or change plans https://www.healthcare.gov/have-coverage.
School-based/linked health centers in MIchigan can help families get enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP coverage for kids. It’s easy, and now is a great time to do it. Check out the SCHA-MI Resource Page, ACA, for resources to use in back-to-school packets that are soon going home to families. Be sure to connect with your schools to send home a welcome letter from your health center, and information about how to enroll in Medicaid. Don’t miss this great opportunity to connect with your school, and your families
Need Help with the New Health Care Law?
SCHA-MI is a Certified Navigator Agency
If you are confused about the new healthcare law and how it could impact you and your family, contact SCHA-MI for help and guidance. SCHA-MI is a certified Navigation partner with Michigan Consumers for Healthcare and Michigan Benefits Access.
Navigator agencies such as SCHA-MI assist with enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace, and/or Michigan’s Expanded Medicaid program (Healthy Michigan Plan).
Youth Voices Speak to the Need for Expanded Health and Mental Health Services on Michigan Child and Adolescent Health Centers
Healthy Michigan Plan: New Health Insurance for Michigan Residents
The Healthy Michigan Plan is a new, low-cost health plan designed for low-income Michigan residents.
The Healthy Michigan Plan covers everything from doctor visits to hospitalizations to prescriptions at a low cost.
Learn more about the Healthy Michigan Plan.
In partnership with Terri Wright, MPH, director of the Center for School, Health and Education at the American Public Health Association and with support from the Kresge Foundation, the School-Community Health Alliance is proud to announce the release of At the Intersection: Connecting Health and Education Data in School-Based Health Centers. This report features four cities/school districts at the forefront of linking SBHC encounter data with education and academic data.