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Health Insurance Marketplace Navigator

Need help with getting insurance through the Marketplace?

Call us, the Navigators, at 855-274-5626. We are here to help.

Health Insurance Marketplace Navigators can help you:

Mental health and drug and alcohol services are now covered in all of the Marketplace's insurance plans.

What you need to apply for insurance

To apply for insurance you will need the following:

In Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association, The Advocacy Alliance, Mental Health America Westmoreland County, and Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania offer Navigators who are trained to help people who use or need behavioral health services in their insurance plans.

Language interpreter services are available.

Every health insurance plan in the new Marketplace offers essential health benefits, including doctor visits, preventive care, hospitalization, prescriptions, mental health and drug and alcohol services, and more. The plans are offered by private companies.

Compare plans based on price, benefits, quality, and other features important to you before you make a choice. No matter where you live, you can compare your health insurance options in the Marketplace and find a health plan to meet your needs and budget.

Apply and Enroll

Visit HealthCare.gov and complete an application to see the coverage available in your area. You can also call the Health Insurance Marketplace Call Center directly at 1-800-318-2596 for more information. TTY users should call 1-855-889-4325.

Contact Us

There is no cost to you for Navigator services.

If you have any questions or needs assistance navigating the new health care options please contact us. We are here to help.

Call 1-855-274-5626 (toll free) from anywhere in Pennsylvania or email at pmhca@pmhca.org to make an appointment or to speak with a Navigator.

This Marketplace Insurance Navigator Program is made possible through a consortium of Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association and Mental Health Association in PA. Funding is provided by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, Department of Health and Human Services.