Health Insurance Help and Information
GLCAC can help educate and enroll you in the new health coverage programs now available under the federal Affordable Care Act. The GLCAC has been designated an official Navigator by the Massachusetts Health Connector.
With all of the changes in state and federal health care laws, GLCAC provides Greater Lawrence residents and small businesses with up-to-date education, guidance and enrollment assistance.
Don’t go without health coverage. Call GLCAC today at (978) 620-4784 for an appointment with a Navigator staff member.
Ways to Enroll
Make an appointment: Call (978) 620-4784
Walk in: GLCAC Navigator, 305 Essex St. 2nd Floor, Lawrence. (Appointments are recommended to reduce wait times.)
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday, - Friday
8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Saturday November 18, Saturday December 16 and Saturday January 20
Documents Needed for Enrollment
|General Documents||If you are a Permanent
|If you are working|
|Massachusetts id or license||Foreign passport||Employer insurance form|
|Social security card||Certificate of citizenship|
|Insurance card||Residency Card|
|Last year's income Tax|
|Last 4 pay stubs|
|Any other Income you recieve|
|Unemployment award letter|
Learn about Health Coverage Resources
Qualified Health Plans
Comprehensive health insurance plans offered through Massachusetts Health Connector. Individuals and families with incomes up to approximately $48,240 ($98,200 for a family of four) may be eligible for subsidies to help reduce the cost of health coverage.
This is comprehensive health insurance for individuals with income up to approximately $35,310 ($72,750 for a family of four), who are eligible for additional subsidies and cost sharing reductions to help reduce the cost of health coverage.
Low Income Subsidy
People with limited incomes and limited assets may qualify for help paying for their monthly premium and/or some of their prescription drug costs.
MassHealth and The Children’s Medical Security Plan
Health coverage program for income eligible individuals and families. Some families who have insurance may now be able to have their premiums paid for by the Commonwealth.
Health Safety Net
Income-eligible residents in Massachusetts quality for free care to acute care hospitals and community health centers in the state.