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Application Assistance


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Training

  • New York State of Health Navigator Training Resources NEW
    Presentations and videos assisters can watch to learn the most efficient methods of interacting with consumers.   Designed for assisters in New York State, but the knowledge is applicable to all states. (New York State of Health)
  • Training Programs and Enrollment Resources
    The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has made available the materials used in the federal Navigator and Certified Application Counselor (CAC) training and certification programs, as well as presentations that provide an overview of the marketplace and resources to help consumers. (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Health Resources and Services Administration)
  • Provider Marketplace Toolkit 
    This toolkit includes a range of resources and materials that clinicians and health care administrators can use to learn more about the Marketplace and educate patients about their new health care options, how insurance works, and the benefits of having insurance. It also includes materials for providers to learn more about the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP). (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration)
  • Getting Ready for the Health Insurance Marketplace Toolkit 
    This toolkit explains the health care law and how it helps people with mental and substance use disorders; outlines how to use the Health Insurance Marketplace; and provides a wealth of communications ideas and materials with a focus on getting the word out to uninsured individuals in your communities. (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
  • Training Program for District of Columbia Medicaid Eligibility Workers
    Families USA developed a training program for District of Columbia Medicaid eligibility workers under contract with DC Health Link, the District of Columbia's Health Benefits Exchange. These workers determine eligibility for Medicaid and other benefit programs (including SNAP and TANF), and will help consumers apply for coverage and financial assistance, report changes, renew coverage, and verify the information that is needed to determine eligibility. These training materials are posted here as an example that we hope you can adapt for other training programs. (Families USA)

Health Literacy Resources

  • Health Insurance Literacy Resource Hub NEW
    This resource is a compilation of all the resources Enroll America published to help consumers understand their insurance options and use their coverage as efficiently as possible once they have it. (Enroll America)
  • Coverage to Care NEW
    This campaign from CMS includes a variety of resources to help consumers with topics such as understanding their health coverage, picking a provider and making an appointment. (CMS)

Resources for Specific Populations

  • Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum Healthcare for Me Resource Center NEW
    This resource center includes information for both consumers and assisters, including FAQs about insurance and information about health disparities. (Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum)
  • Health Reform Resources in Spanish NEW
    This compilation of Spanish-language resources provides information for consumers on how to apply, how to calculate one’s likely insurance costs, and how the Affordable Care Act makes HIV/AIDS care more accessible. (HIV Health Reform)
  • Information on the Affordable Care Act for Mixed-Status Families NEW
    This list of FAQs provides information for families of mixed immigration status, including how permanent residents can get coverage and  how the ACA protects the confidentiality of information submitted on applications. (National Immigration Law Center)
  • Navigating the Application Process for Families that Include Immigrants NEW
    This presentation includes a deep dive on citizenship status and eligibility, including case studies and several troubleshooting tips for when healthcare.gov or state agencies have problems verifying applicant’s citizenship or other application information. (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities)
  • Consumer Assistance Resource Guide: American Indians and Alaska Natives NEW
    This brief includes information on ACA enrollment issues that relate specifically to American Indians, including verifying tribal membership, individual mandate exemptions, and tribal sponsorship of premiums. (Center for Health Care Strategies)