Affordable Health Insurance

Henry Street Settlement’s Health Insurance Enrollment program assesses eligibility for enrollment into New York State’s affordable health insurance plans: Child Health Plus, Medicaid, Medicaid Plus or a private Qualified Health Plans (QHPs). If eligibility is determined, individual and family enrollment is completed on site at the Neighborhood Resource Center office (281 East Broadway).

Affordable Care Act

During the open enrollment period, New York residents can shop for, compare and enroll in health insurance coverage under the ACA through NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace.

Our Navigator and also Certified Application Counselors (C.A.C.’s) at Henry Street are trained to assist state residents with applying for and enrolling in public health insurance (Medicaid and Child Health Plus) and with comparing and shopping for affordable private health insurance options (Qualified Health Plans (QHPs). Individuals must sign up during Open Enrollment.

To make an appointment with our Navigator or one of our Certified Application Counselors (C.A.C.’s), please call 212.471.2400 or stop by the Neighborhood Resource Center, 281 East Broadway. Our staff speaks English, Chinese and Spanish. All services are free.

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Child Health Plus

The program’s goal is to ensure that children with no health insurance have access to primary health care regardless of their immigration status at no cost, or at low cost.

To be eligible for Child Health Plus, the child must:

  • Be a resident of New York State
  • Be under the age of 19
  • Not be eligible for Medicaid
  • Not have equivalent health care coverage

Medicaid

This program is for low-income family members who are New York State residents.

To be eligible for Medicaid, the applicant must:

  • Be a resident of New York State
  • Be a United States citizen or “qualified immigrant”
  • Meet the income eligibility levels
  • Be under the age of 65