How to get information on Affordable Care Act insurance sign-up
For those who need to sign up for health insurance via the Affordable Care Act’s marketplace, there are several ways to get information.
You can go the website, call the National Call Center, call 817-258-8188 for a Tarrant County Navigator, or attend a local information session.
United Way of Tarrant County has six trained navigators ready to assist with the application process.
Navigators are not affiliated with any insurance company and do not advocate for a particular plan, but rather aim to help people get the information they need to make an informed decision for themselves and their families.
Public information sessions are scheduled through the end of January. Click here to see the list.
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