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WHAT IS “COVERING FLORIDA”?

The USF College of Public Health’s Florida Covering Kids & Families program is the largest Navigator program in the nation. Navigators provide outreach and enrollment services to anyone looking to enroll for health care coverage in the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Florida Covering Kids & Families partners with 5 organizations, collectively referred to as the “COVERING FLORIDA” consortium to provide Navigator services across the state of Florida.

WHAT DO COVERING FLORIDA NAVIGATORS DO?

Covering Florida Navigators assist consumers with in-person and virtual enrollment and provide public education and outreach activities at locations throughout the state.  Navigators are trained and able to help consumers, small businesses and their employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including completing eligibility and enrollment forms. These individuals and organizations are required to be unbiased. Their services are free to consumers. Covering Florida Navigators are available in all of Florida’s 67 counties and offer confidential one-on-one customer service.

WHEN AND WHERE CAN I SIGN UP FOR HEALTH INSURANCE?

Call us at 877-813-9115 or visit our website to make an appointment for Open Enrollment, which starts on November 1st and runs through December 15th for coverage beginning on January 1st, 2021.  Special Enrollment takes place outside of the Open Enrollment period for those consumers with a significant change in circumstances like getting a new job, a move to a new area, graduating college, marriage, divorce or birth of a new child.  Ask a Navigator for details.

WHERE DO I FIND COVERING FLORIDA ON THE WEB?

WEBSITE: www.CoveringFlorida.org

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/CoveringFlorida/   TWITTER: @CoveringFL

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