County of Marin Health and Human Services

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Marin County

  • Did you know? A family of four making up to $95,400/yr could qualify for a subsidy to purchase private insurance on the Covered California Exchange.
  • Did you know? You can apply for a Covered California health insurance plan at anytime if you lose your health coverage for example, no longer being eligible for Medi-Cal or losing health coverage through your job..
  • Did you know? You can apply for a Covered California health insurance plan at anytime if you change in place of residency which includes moving to California from another state or being released from jail or prison.
  • Did you know? You can apply for a Covered California health insurance plan at anytime if you get married or enter into a domestic partnership.
  • Did you know? You can apply for a Covered California health insurance plan at anytime if you have a child, adopt a child, receive a child into foster care, or place a child in adoption or in a foster home.

Open enrollment for Covered California is now through January 31, 2016.

Getting covered is easy, apply now:

Don't have health coverage? You'll pay for it!

This year's tax penalty is $695 per person or 2.5% of your yearly household income. This is an increase from last year's penalty of $325 or 2% of your yearly household income. And that's on top of medical bills that may pile up without insurance. Visit the Healthcare.gov website for more information at www.healthcare.gov/fees-exemptions.

Health insurance is available to ALL children in Marin.

For more information visit Marin's Children's Health Initiative or call (415) 473-3434.

Even if you do not qualify for health insurance you can seek medical care at any of Marin's Federally Qualified Health Clinics.

Report Suspected Fraud to Covered California

Alert Covered California by calling (800) 300-1506 or by emailing consumerprotection@covered.ca.gov. The Office of Consumer Protection will track and investigate complaints and refer to law enforcement as appropriate. Identity theft is against the law and is punishable by imprisonment and fines. More information on consumer protection is available at coveredca.com/consumerprotection.