Navigator/Affordable Health Care Resource

Free Enrollment Help is Available

Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc. formed a Navigator Consortium with 3 non-profit organizations across the state of Oklahoma serving 68 out of 77 counties in Oklahoma. The Consortium utilizes trained and qualified Navigators who help consumers “navigate” the health insurance system to find the most affordable coverage to best meet their needs.

Across the State of Oklahoma 139,517 consumers submitted applications through the Marketplace during Open Enrollment. During Health Insurance Marketplace 2017 Open Enrollment Period 146,286 people enrolled in qualified health plans (private plans) through the Oklahoma exchange. As of February 2017, 91 percent of enrollees were receiving premium subsidies.

Navigators are available year round. Appointments are available in Antlers, Idabel and Hugo, Oklahoma or we can also assist you via telephone at (580) 326-5434.

For more information please contact:

Ronnie K. Bailey, Navigator
500 East Rosewood
Hugo, OK 74743
(580) 326-5434 telephone

Click here to find Assistance in Your Area or you can visit the Health Insurance Market Place site to learn more about the possibilities of health insurance for you! 

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