Health insurance for young adults

Coverage Options


1. Get on Mom and/or Dad’s Plan

If you know someone under 26, they can be on their parents’ health insurance plans. This is true even if they don’t live at the same address and even if they have a home and/or family of their own.

2. Apply for Government Assistance

If you know someone in immediate need and finances may be an issue, they can apply for a handful of federally-funded health insurance programs like Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). These programs provide health insurance coverage at low-or no-cost for qualifying individuals. If they qualify for assistance through Medicaid or CHIP, they can enroll at any time and coverage starts immediately.

3. Federal Marketplace

Find an affordable, quality health care coverage through the federal marketplace at Open enrollment is Nov. 1, 2023 through Jan. 15, 2024.


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