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Open Enrollment for 2017 Health Insurance Marketplace coverage ended on January 31, 2017
To enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace outside of Open Enrollment period, you must have a valid reason to qualify for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP).
For more information visit http://healthcare.gov and click “See if I can Enroll”, or click the links below:
- NH Health Protection Program
- (Must qualify for a Special Enrollment Period after January 31, 2017)
- The Health Insurance Marketplace
- (Enrollment open all year round)
You can also contact a Harbor Homes Certified Assister by calling 603-882-3616 x4015 or x1132.
New Hampshire Health Protection Program
Under the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, this program provides high-quality NH Medicade insurance to low-income NH residents at no cost to those who qualify.
Enrollment in NH Medicaid through the New Hampshire Health Protection Program is open
year-round. But why wait to get covered?
To learn more about the New Hampshire Health Protection program, visit https://nheasy.nh.gov or call (603)821-7288 to make an appointment with a Harbor Homes certified assister today!
Health Insurance Marketplace
When income exceeds the guidelines for the New Hampshire Health Protection Program, the Health Insurance Marketplace provides more than 60 high-quality, low-cost health insurance plan choices. In addition, thousands of NH residents may be eligible for financial assistance with Marketplace plan costs during open enrollement, which ended January 31, 2017.
To learn more about The Health Insurance Marketplace for a Special enrollment Period (SEP), visit https://www.healthcare.gov or make an appointment with one of Harbor Home certified assisters by calling (603)882-3616 x4015 or x1132.
The project described is supported by Funding Opportunity Number CA-NAV-15-001 from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contents provided are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.