Thursday, January 26, 2017
Qualifying applicants will also be able to get ORCA cards for transportation.
If you sign up by January 31, you should feel confident that your coverage will remain intact for the rest of 2017.
Things could look different in 2018, but for the rest of 2017, all of the plans include benefits such as:
- Free oral birth control
- Free HIV test
- One free blood draw
- One free pap smear
- Free breast pump for pregnant and new moms
- Preventive care (like cholesterol and blood pressure screenings)
- Hospital stays
- Emergency services
- Pediatric services, including dentist visits and vision
Just bring your photo ID and your last few pay stubs.
Call Public Health’s assistance hotline: 800-756-5437 or check here to find other locations.