Services

Health Insurance Marketplace

Got Questions about the Health Insurance Marketplace? We can help–for free!

Our Certified Application Counselors are available to provide one-on-one assistance so you can better understand your options.

Have you recently:

  • Gotten married?
  • Had a baby?
  • Adopted a child?
  • Moved to North Carolina?
  • Gained citizenship?
  • Been released from prison?

If so – you may qualify to purchase health insurance outside of the Open Enrollment period.  Call 919.250.2929 to speak with a Certified Application Counselor to discuss your eligibility.

Information to bring to your health insurance enrollment appointment:

  • Social Security Numbers (or document numbers for legal immigrants)
  • Employer and income information for every member of your household who needs coverage {pay stubs or W-2 forms – Wage and Tax Statements}
  • Policy numbers for any current health insurance plans covering members of your household
  • A completed Employer Coverage Tool for every job-based plan you or someone in your household is eligible for.

Employer Coverage Tools

Employer Coverage Tool in English

Employer Coverage Tool in Spanish

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Need Medicaid Assistance?

Advance Community Health has Medicaid workers on-site!

We have a Medicaid worker who specializes in family Medicaid and we have an adult Medicaid worker. Need assistance?

For adult Medicaid, call 919-212-7639.

For family Medicaid, call 919-573-4747.

We also have Certified Application Counselors to walk you through enrolling your child in Medicaid. Call 919-250-2929 to make your appointment.

New to Medicare? Need help selecting a plan? Advance Community Health can help!

We have partnered with the North Carolina Department of Insurance’s Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) to provide assistance comparing plans to current or recently eligible Medicare recipients.

For more information about SHIIP, please click here.

 

Janelle Shumate, MD

Testimonials

"There is no better way to combine public health, advocacy and empowerment of teens and young adults than to work at a community health center."

Janelle Shumate, MD