Volunteers of America (VOA) is one of the 57 organizations selected by Connect for Health Colorado to provide in-person assistance to individuals, families and small businesses seeking health insurance through Colorado's new marketplace. VOA is pleased to announce the opening of assistance centers serving the City of Montrose and the North Fork Valley of Delta County (Crawford, Hotchkiss and Paonia).
Starting Sept. 15, the assistance center serving the citizens of Montrose will be open for business in the chamber of commerce building at 1519 East Main Street in Montrose. The North Fork Valley assistance center located at the Creamery Arts Center at 165 West Bridge Street in Hotchkiss will also open on Sept. 15.
Certified Health Coverage Guides will be available at these assistance sites to help individuals, families and small businesses access their health coverage options and financial assistance programs, and to sign up for health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado's marketplace. The marketplace is the only place that Coloradans can apply for financial assistance programs to help reduce the cost of health insurance purchased through the Marketplace. This site will open on Oct. 1.
For more information or to set an appointment to meet with a guide, please call or visit the Delta County assistance site at 872-2233, 165 West Bridge Street, Hotchkiss, or the Montrose assistance site at 252-0660, 1519 East Main Street, Montrose.
To speak directly to a Connect for Health Colorado service representative, call 1-855-752-6749, or visit ConnectforHealthCO.com. Connect for Health Colorado is a non-profit organization that operates under the oversight of the state, and as such does not charge any fees for access.blog comments powered by Disqus