Health Insurance Open Enrollment Ends January 15

Dec 13, 2023

Health care is expensive. By covering a large portion of medical costs, health insurance makes it easier to receive preventative care and necessary treatment when needed.

The Open Enrollment period, which runs from November 1 through January 15 each year, offers the opportunity to purchase health insurance options through the marketplace outside of qualifying events such as job loss, change in marital status, or a child in the family.

Health Insurance Options

  • - 2024 health insurance plans can be purchased through connectforhealthco.com. You can apply for financial assistance directly on this site.
  • - The Omni Salud Plan, administered by Connect for Health Colorado, offers health insurance for undocumented individuals living below 150% Federal Poverty Level. *See chart below for Federal Poverty Level chart information.
  • - Medicaid and CHP+ are available year-round. Applicants should visit healthfirstcolorado.com to check their eligibility for Medicaid. For help applying, please contact our Medicaid enrollment specialist, Estefania Baray at (970) 528-6781 or your county’s Health and Human Services department.

Enrollment Resources

Summit & Lake County Residents:

  • - Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) - Visit summitfirc.org or call (970) 262-3888.
  • Summit County Community and Senior Center - Call (970) 668-2940 for assistance with Medicare enrollment.

Park County Residents:

  • - Rocky Mountain Rural Health (RMRH) - Visit rmrh.org or call (719) 836-2169.

Summit Community Care Clinic - For help with Medicaid and CHP+ applications, make an appointment with Medicaid Enrollment Specialist, Estefania Baray (970) 528-6781. 

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