URGENT: Need Free or Affordable Health Insurance?
"Obamacare" special application deadline:
Sunday, August 15 at 11:59 PM

Please help share the following information and video for anyone that would qualify for “Obamacare” (Affordable Care Act).  The deadline to apply for “Obamacare” during this special enrollment period is Sunday, August 15, 2021 by 11:59PM.  We also want community members who might qualify for Medicaid to apply now.  Go online to healthcare.gov to apply, or see the last paragraph below for phone numbers to call!


Want to ensure your family stays healthy? Both Medicaid and “Obamacare” offer comprehensive health plans that cover doctor visits, prescriptions, and much more. Don’t wait – visit healthcare.gov today to find low-cost or free coverage that’s right for you and the ones you love most. #GetCovered


Currently, 9 out of 10 consumers enrolled in coverage through HealthCare.gov receive financial help, and 75% of consumers can purchase health insurance for $50 or less per month after financial assistance.  In addition, all of the plans at HealthCare.gov cover essential health benefits, such as primary care visits, and cover many preventive health care services with no out-of-pocket costs to the consumer.


This information is time sensitive, as the “Obamacare” special application deadline is quickly approaching, so please share this on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and any other social media platforms. 


Until Sunday, August 15, 2021, consumers who want to enroll in “Obamacare” coverage during this special enrollment period and see if they qualify for financial help to reduce the cost of monthly premiums can visit HealthCare.gov or CuidadoDeSalud.gov to view 2021 plans and enroll in a plan that best meets their needs.  They can also find out if they qualify for Medicaid, which does not have an application deadline.  


Additionally, consumers can call the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318=2496, which provides assistance in over 150 languages.  TTY users should call 1-855-889-4325.  Consumers can also find a local assister or agent/broker in their area by visiting https://localhelp.healthcare.gov.