Scenic Bluffs assisting with ACA open enrollment

Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers is offering assistance for Affordable Care Act enrollment.

Help-team member Marina Abt can assist with eligibility and benefit questions as well as guide individuals through changes, updates, and enrollment in the right health insurance plan. These services are free of cost, and are open to the public by appointment only. The open enrollment period began Nov. 1 and will run through Dec. 15. Appointments can be scheduled by calling Scenic Bluffs at (608) 654-5100, ext. 233.

Scenic Bluffs has full-time Patient Access Coordinators to guide you through locating, understanding and obtaining healthcare benefits. Our staff is knowledgeable about the healthcare policy changes and insurance and prescription drug programs, and can give you information on area food pantries, thrift stores, community care applications and other local agencies.

The help team can screen individuals for eligibility in various programs and assist in submitting an online application for the Marketplace Insurance Exchange and other programs.

For more information on services offered at Scenic Bluffs, visit www.scenicbluffs.org.

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