Healthcare Open Enrollment is Here!
Healthcare Open Enrollment is Here!
What is Healthcare Open Enrollment? Healthcare Open Enrollment is the only time during the year that an individual who is not eligible for Medicaid may apply for health insurance. During this time, consumers can sign up for private health insurance plans either through the Marketplace or through a private broker. If you are not offered health insurance through your employer, Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, or another source that provides qualifying coverage, the Marketplace can help you get insured.

You can qualify for low-cost insurance!

The Health Insurance Marketplace offers significant savings on your monthly insurance premiums, as well as lower costs on out-of-pocket medical expenses.

Even if you are above the Medicaid limit, you can still afford insurance!

Save Time & Skip The Line!

Not sure what health insurance plan you need? Having trouble navigating the health insurance marketplace website? Sign up for an appointment with a LRRC caseworker to help you apply for an insurance plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace by filling out a form at: If all questions are answered, a LRRC representative will call you back by the end of the next business day to schedule an appointment.

About the Lakewood Resource and Referral Center (LRRC): The LRRC, a federally-designated 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization, is located at 212 Second Street, Suite 204, Lakewood. It provides free comprehensive social services, information, referrals, and assistance for government and private sector programs in areas such as housing counseling, health insurance options, nutritional programs, disability application assistance, and utility resources. They can be reached at 732-942-9292.

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