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Looking for Insurance
Looking for low-cost health insurance options? Community Health Plan may be able to help.
To see what programs you may qualify for, please fill out the form. Community Health Plan will send you information about health insurance options that may be right for you and your family.
To learn more about programs offered by Community Health Plan of Washington, see:
- Basic Health: Offered through the Washington Health Care Authority, this State-subsidized plan provides medical benefits to qualifying residents. Clients pay premiums on a sliding scale based on income, age, family size, and choice of health program.
- Washington Health Program: Offered through the Washington Health Care Authority, and part of the State's Basic Health program, this option is available to those who do not qualify for other state or federal health programs. This program has a higher monthly premium and cap on annual benefitsis similar to Basic Health but it is not State-subsidized.
- Medical Care Services (previously Disability Lifeline/GA-U) is a state-funded program that provides medical benefits for persons who are physically or mentally disabled and cannot work for 90 days from the date of application. Community Health Plan of Washington is the managed care organization that provides both medical and mental health services. Eligibility is determined at the Community Services Office (CSO).
- Healthy Options, CHIP, and Basic Health Plus: Healthy Options is Washington's managed Medicaid program for low-income residents. It provides comprehensive medical benefits to families, children under 19, and pregnant women who meet income requirements. Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides coverage to children under 19 whose family income level is between 200 and 250 percent of the state poverty level.
- Medicare Advantage: Community HealthFirst™ Medicare Advantage plans are offered by Community Health Plan, which contracts with the federal government as a Medicare approved HMO. Benefits, premiums, cost sharing, and limitations may vary by county or plan.
If you have questions or want more information, contact us.