Welcome to Go Enroll WV
Your first stop to learn about New Health Care Options
There are more than 150 “Navigators” and “In-Person Assisters” in West Virginia whose job is to provide confidential, cost-free, face-to-face service for families looking to enroll. Visiting with an assister is often the quickest, safest way to get the help you need.
Find Healthcare Assistance
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital
230 Hospital Plaza, Weston ,WV 26452
304-269-8000, Contact: TERRI SUE JOHNSTON, email@example.com / LISA RENEE HAYHURST, firstname.lastname@example.org / MELODY DELEENE BUTCHER, email@example.com; Mon-Fri 8-5; Partnering with Community CareDirections Phone
Clay-Battelle Community Health Services Association
5861 Mason Dixon Highway, Blacksville ,WV 26521
304-432-8211, Contact: Jason Whipkey, Jason.firstname.lastname@example.org / Stephan “Rusty” Harvilla, Rusty.email@example.com; http://cbhealthwv.org/; Partnering with Primary Care AssociationDirections Phone
Tri County Health Clinic
Intersection of Rt 4 & 20 S., Rock Cave ,WV 26234
304-924-6262, Contact: Sharon Allman, firstname.lastname@example.org / Sherrill Williams, email@example.com / Michele Williams (304-924-6262), firstname.lastname@example.org; Mon & Wed 8-8, Tue & Thu 8-6, Fri 8-5; Partnering with Community CareDirections Phone
Valley Health Systems – Business Office
2585 3rd Ave, Huntington ,WV 25703
1-855-984-6797, Contact: Shirley Birchfield, email@example.com / Hazel Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org / Lisa Wilson , email@example.com; 8:30-5; http://www.valleyhealth.org/vhs.htm; Partnering with Valley Health SystemsDirections Phone
Grace Bible Church/Hope Community Development
600 Kanawha Blvd West, Charleston ,WV 25302
304-343-4673, Contact: Alektra Watts cell: 304-881-5294, firstname.lastname@example.org / Emily “Gail” Parker cell: 301-545-4519, Camry410@aol.com; http://cisinternet.net/~gracech/; Partnering with Primary Care Association/FamilyCareDirections Phone
Primary Care Systems
122 Center Street, Clay ,WV 25043
304-587-7301, Contact: Cindy Boggs, email@example.com / Amanda Jackson (M 7:30-4:30, T 7:30-4:30, R 7:30-4:30, F 7:30-4:30), firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.communitycarewv.org/clay-wv.html; Partnering with Community CareDirections Phone
Cabin Creek Health Center
Route 79, Box 70, Dawes ,WV 25054
304-734-2040, Contact: Janie Hovatter, email@example.com / Ashley Samples firstname.lastname@example.org / Maria Shamblin 304-548-7272 , email@example.com / Karen Glazier (304-595-5006), firstname.lastname@example.org, ; http://www.cabincreekhealth.com/; Partnering with Primary Care AssociationDirections Phone
What is GoEnrollWV?
GoEnrollWV.org is a website sponsored by WV FREE and other non-profit organizations in West Virginia. GoEnrollWV.org helps West Virginians learn more about the new health insurance options available through the Affordable Care Act and connects them to certified people in their community who can walk them through enrolling in a plan.
The Basics on Health Care
Do you have health insurance, in case you get sick or have an accident? Beginning on October 1, 2013 new, affordable health insurance options became available for uninsured West Virginia residents through the new health insurance Marketplace. If you enroll in a plan by December 23rd your health care coverage will begin January 1, 2014. Don’t worry – it’s not too late to enroll! March 31, 2014 is the last date you are able to enroll in a plan for 2014. After this date, you may be charged a fee for not having coverage.
Do I Qualify?
You can also visit Health Sherpa, type in your zip code, and find prices and names of insurance plans that are available for you in West Virginia. If you have questions about your eligibility, be sure to contact an “in person assister” or “navigator” for help. They can help walk you through the process of finding the right health care plan for you.
Compare Plans & Enroll Online
Visit the official Health Insurance Marketplace to learn more about your options or enroll directly online.
The application process is a “no wrong door” approach. With one application, the online portal determines what plan an individual or family is eligible for, based on their income and other factors. There are four kinds of coverage. • Medicaid covers everyone who lives in West Virginia, is a US citizen, is under age 65, and earns less than 138 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL), $26,951 a year for a single mom with two kids or $15,856 for a single adult. • The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) will continue to be available for income-eligible children, but current enrollees who are in families with income below 138% of FPL will be transferred to Medicaid. • Private health insurance plans will compete to sell “qualified health plans.” There are significant subsidies for an individual who purchases a qualified health plan (QHP). These subsidies are on a sliding scale for those earning between 100 percent and 400 percent of the federal poverty level in order to make their premiums more affordable. And there are reductions in deductibles and co-payments for individuals earning less than 250 percent of the federal poverty level. Families that earn too much to qualify for subsidies may enroll in a plan, but will be required to pay the entire monthly premium. • The Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace enables businesses with fewer than 50 employees to purchase qualified health plans in the SHOP Marketplace.
Do you have more questions about how the Marketplace will work or what you need to do to get ready to enroll? HealthCare.gov can help point you in the right direction.
Want more resources for your community or someone to come provide information for your group, church, company, or organization?
WV Healthy Kids and Families Coalition and West Virginians for Affordable Health Care are able to come and answer questions about the ACA and help enroll members of your community. You may contact WV Healthy Kids and Families’ regional organizers or West Virginians for Affordable Health Care at the contact information below.
Northern/Central Region: Lisa Wotring, lwotringhkfc@gmail.
Eastern/Southern Region: LeeAnn Shreve, email@example.com
Western/Southern Region: Carey Grace, firstname.lastname@example.org
Perry Bryant, Executive Director, email@example.com
The old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is a centerpiece of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The new law shifts the emphasis from a health system that responds primarily to illness and injury to one that also focuses on keeping people healthy. Women in particular will benefit from the preventive services that health plans are required to cover under the ACA with no cost-sharing. These include evidence based screenings, counseling, and procedures that over the course of a lifetime may have a profound impact on the health of individuals and the nation as a whole. To learn more about how health care reform will affect you, check out this easy to read booklet produced by West Virginians for Affordable Health Care: The Affordable Care Act: What Health Reform Means for Women and Families. To get started on finding a health care provider for your needs you should take a look at your plan benefits to see if there are certain providers that are in your “network.” These “in-network” providers include all kinds of specialists and general care physicians that can offer your basic preventive care needs. Among many other options, one avenue to get care is through your local community health center. Visit the WV Primary Care Association’s map of community health centers to see where your community health center is located. You can find other information about women’s health and how to stay healthy on www.womenshealth.gov. To learn more about how health care reform will affect you, check out this easy to read booklet produced by West Virginians for Affordable Health Care: The Affordable Care Act: What Health Reform Means for Women and Families.
About WV FREE
WV FREE, founded in 1989, is a women-led, reproductive health, rights and justice organization that works every day for West Virginia women and families to improve education on reproductive options, increase access to affordable birth control, reduce teen pregnancy and improve adolescent health, and protect personal decision-making, including decisions about whether or when to have a child.