ACA Open Enrollment is over! But, health insurance is still possible!
Special enrollment takes place outside of the open enrollment period, allowing those with qualifying life events to enroll. You may be eligible to enroll if:
- You move to a different city or state
- Gain/loss a dependent or spouse
- Gain/loss of health insurance coverage
- Gain/loss of income
- Gain of eligible immigration status
If you, or someone you know, may qualify, let them know they can still get health insurance through the marketplace. Call 314-531-7526 for more information.
I Am Young and Healthy. Why Should I Get Health Insurance?
If You're in the Medicaid Gap
If you are in this situation, you will not have to pay the penalty for going without insurance. Contact a Planned Parenthood Navigator for more information about how to file for a penalty exemption.
Children can stay on their parent’s health insurance plans until they turn 26. It does not matter if you are married, living with your parents, in school, claimed as a dependent, or eligible to enroll in your own employer’s plan.
However, your parents are not required to cover you. If you do not have coverage through your parents, you may be eligible to buy a plan through the Marketplace.
Or call 1-800-230-7526