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Health Insurance Marketplace Information

Open Enrollment is over, but you can still get health insurance two ways:

  • Enrollment Assistance 24/7

    Navigators are available year-round to answer questions, complete applications for Special Enrollment for those affected by a life-changing event, and participate in community outreach and education events to raise awareness about the Marketplace.

    Get help. You can sign up 24 hours a day, seven days a week at

    You can also sign up in Spanish at

    You can call 1-800-318-2596 any time, any hour, and a trained representative will help you enroll.

  • Free In Person Assistance

    To find a local certified insurance agent or community partner assisters who can help you with the enrollment process, type in your zip code on the website.

    Agents are:

    • Trained and registered by the Marketplace; licensed in their states;
    • Generally paid by insurance companies whose plans they sell;
    • Required in many states to act in a consumer's best interest;
    • Can refer customers for Medicaid/CHIP help.

    Assisters are:

    • Trained and certified individuals;
    • Help you apply and enroll in a health plan with savings or apply for; Medicaid/Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP);
    • Required to provide fair, impartial, and accurate information;
    • Statewide assistance may also be available.
  • Information Online

  • What You Need To Enroll

    If you don't have a account yet, you must create one at Keep your username and password in a safe place – you'll need it when you re-enroll next year.

    Personal information

    For every member of your household who is enrolling, you will need:

    • A social security card or permanent residence card;
    • To enroll in a health insurance plan at, you'll need:
    • Proof of income includes a W-2 form, 1099 form, or pay stub.

    Current health information

    • List of your current doctors to see which plans cover them;
    • List of your current medicines to see which plans cover them.
  • Don't Wait Until The Last Minute

    The website is sometimes taken down for repairs. If it isn't working, try again a few hours later.

  • What Is The Library Doing To Help?

    Keene Public Library is doing its part to help people in Keene connect to affordable health insurance.

    Library staff are not certified to assist customers in completing the application or enrollment process but can provide technical assistance using the library's public computers and printers.

    Click here to learn more about the Public Library Association's insurance education and outreach initiative, Promoting Healthy Communities: Libraries Connecting You to Coverage.

Don't miss your chance to get healthcare. Sign up at