The following links, related to the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA) in Georgia, are not associated with our web site but may be helpful to our visitors:
(Published on 11/11/2014)
Not counting those who are eligible for Medicaid, CHIP or receive coverage through an employer-provided plan, over 60% of Georgia residents who purchase insurance directly will qualify for premium tax credits/subsidies.
- To find out if you qualify (with income between 100%-400% of federal poverty level), visit the Kaiser Family Foundation Health Insurance Marketplace Calculator.
National Public Radio
US Dept. of Health & Human Services
- Explanation of the federal Health Insurance Marketplace coverage and options, plus changes to Medicare and Medicaid, as they apply to Georgia.
Georgia Legal Aid
Kaiser Health News
- Highlights the disparity in health insurance premiums around the country -- and specifically in Southwest Georgia.
Georgia Dept. of Human Services
- How Georgians can apply for public assistance benefits such as Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid or subsidized child care.