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Whether you need health care coverage or you want to join the fight to stop the sabotage and get information out to folks in your community who should be taking advantage of open enrollment, we've got everything you need to take action.

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Graphics and Marketing Collateral

Bank of unbranded English and Spanish language flyers, graphics and other people-facing collateral that groups can take, use, and customize.

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How Much Financial Assistance Will I Get?

This resource from Families USA shows you how your income affects how much financial assistance you'll get to pay for health insurance.

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Options for Immigrants

This FAQ from the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum offers guidance and answers for immigrants and other non-citizens.

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Open Enrollment: What You Need to Know

Open Enrollment is generally the time of the year when people can sign up for health insurance if they don’t get coverage through their employer or a government plan, like Medicaid or Medicare. Insurance companies insisted on having an open enrollment period in the ACA to discourage people from waiting until they get sick to get covered. For most people, if they miss this period, they will be without health insurance in 2018. Depending on where you live, you have a different open enrollment period.

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If You Need Health Coverage

For most people, starting November 1 you can sign up for health coverage at HealthCare.gov. And financial help is available to make your plan more affordable for you and your family. But depending on where you live, you may have a different open enrollment period, or a different website to visit to complete the enrollment process. We've got a map to help you find the information you need to get covered. People should feel confident, despite the polticial environment, healthcare.gov employees have their best interests at heart.

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If You Want to Help Others Get Covered

Spreading the word about Open Enrollment on your home turf is the best way we can resist Trump’s dangerous sabotage agenda. Indivisible groups across the country have the knowledge and tools to get people in their community enrolled in coverage. The more people who enroll in ACA coverage this year, the harder it will be to repeal the ACA in the future. You were a critical part of defeating TrumpCare in the Senate, and together we can defeat open enrollment sabotage, too. Here's everything you need to do it.

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The Map.

Do you know the deadlines and where to go to get covered in your state? Open Enrollment is the period when people can shop for insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplaces, and either renew their old plan or sign up for a new one. For most states, the Trump administration has chosen an open enrollment period of November 1 to December 15—cutting the length of time people have to shop for insurance in half compared to previous years. Resist Trump’s sabotage by helping to 1) educate people about Open Enrollment, and 2) direct people to HealthCare.gov or your state’s insurance marketplace so they can enroll or re-enroll in the plan that works best for them. Click on your state to get the specifics on what you can do to help keep your community covered. Click on your state and the "Download Toolkit" button to get state-specific flyers, scripts, and resources.

Five Key Tips for Open Enrollment Communicators

 The lessons learned by Enroll America staff, volunteers, and partners through survey research, experience, and four successful open enrollment periods all contributed to the messages included in this report. 

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Shopping for insurance can be confusing, but the Affordable Care Act (ACA) makes it easier to understand. This simple guide will help you make smarter choices for you and your family.

Key Insurance Terms and Phrases

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Five Facts Flyer

Here are five facts you need to know about open enrollment if you need health insurance from our friends at Get America Covered. Print and take to your home turf events to spread the word.

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How to Get Help

People should feel confident, despite the polticial environment, healthcare.gov employees have their best interests at heart. They can reach out with any questions or learn how to sign up.

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The ACA Signup Project

Working together with Indivisible and other stakeholders, we hope to fill even a small part of the void left in light of the current Administration's decision to shorten the enrollment window and reduce advertising campaigns and enrollment support efforts across the country.

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Please note: these resources are from external groups and partners and were not developed by Indivisible.

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The Trump Administration cut the advertising budget for open enrollment by $90 million dollars. How can you help? Spread the word.

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