Resources To Help

Resources that can help you pick a plan for 2023.

The following resources are available—at no cost to you—to help you find health insurance coverage for 2023. The open enrollment period for 2023 coverage opens Nov. 1, 2022. Be sure to enroll by Dec. 15th to start or continue coverage on Jan. 1, 2023. More people are qualifying for subsidies that can reduce your premiums depending on your household income. Click here to learn more.

If you recently lost your job, had a change in your marital status, or had other life-changing events, you may be able to make changes to your insurance and/or receive financial assistance outside the Open Enrollment window. Click here to learn more.

Connect for Health Colorado

Enter your zip code at the Connect for Health Colorado website to find all certified navigators and brokers available in your area. Navigators and brokers can assist you with health navigation, applications, tax credits and insurance enrollment.

Enrollment Assisters Certified by Connect for Health Colorado:

Get personalized health insurance navigation and enrollment assistance, and apply for tax credits (subsidies that could lower your monthly premiums) by meeting with a health coverage guide at one of the locations below:

 

  • Family and Intercultural Resource Center (for Summit, Park, Lake and Grand County residents):
    • Bilingual assistance available. Call 970.262.3888 to make an in-person or virtual appointment.
      251 W 4th St, Silverthorne
  • Rocky Mountain Rural Health (Park County residents):
    • To make an appointment call 719.836.2169.
      525 Hataway St, Fairplay
  • Grand County Rural Health Network (Grand County residents):
    • Bilingual assistance available. To make an in-person or virtual appointment call 970-725-3477.
      416 Byers Ave, Hot Sulphur Springs
  • San Juan Basin Public Health Department (Archuletta, La Plata & San Juan County residents):
    • To make an in-person or virtual appointment call 970.335.2028.
      281 Sawyer Drive, Durango
  • Southwest Health System (Montezuma and Dolores County residents):
    • Bilingual enrollment assistance available. Call 970-564-2131 for an appointment with Felice Vigil.
      1311 North Mildred Road, Cortez

Other Programs:

  • Medicaid Buy-In Program: If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a chronic condition expected to last 12 months or longer (e.g., diabetes, depression, asthma, etc.) and your annual income is 450% or less of the Federal Poverty Level, you might qualify for Medicaid benefits in exchange for a small monthly premium ranging from $0-$200. For assistance call your local department of Human Services. The FIRC, Grand County Rural Health and San Juan Basin Public Health can also assist you to apply for this program. For more information visit: https://hcpf.colorado.gov/medicaid-buy-program-working-adults-disabilities
  • OmniSalud: Program that provides undocumented Coloradans with a safe platform to enroll in affordable health insurance plans No need to provide immigration status or social security information. For more information visit: https://connectforhealthco.com/get-started/omnisalud/
    (OmniSalud: Programa para residentes indocumentados de Colorado. Omnisalud le permite comprar seguros médicos a bajos precios y de manera segura. No necesita proveer información de estatus migratorio o seguro social. Para más información visite: https://connectforhealthco.com/es/comenzar/omnisalud/)

Premium Subsidies to Reduce the Cost of Insurance:

This year, more people than ever are eligible for premium subsidies to reduce the cost of insurance — including those with incomes over 400% of the federal poverty level ($111,000 for a family of four). Use this nifty Calculator to see how much you might save based on your income, age, and family size. Apply for subsidies and shop for plans on Connect for Health Colorado.