As the preferred partner for strategic and community-based planning in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, the Health Council of South Florida is committed to provide free assistance with efficient and effective implementation of the Affordable Care Act in our community. Let’s work together to get eligible individuals covered!
93.3% of Florida consumers who enrolled in the Marketplace
qualified for financial assistance
Still Need Coverage for 2020?
With a Qualifying Life Change, you may be able to enroll in health coverage NOW!
Get Covered Now!
To get FREE and unbiased assistance at a location near you with one of our
Outreach Specialist here at the Health Council of South Florida,
please contact us at 786-708-0836 or schedule an appointment through our online tool below.
FIND LOCAL HELP
Need help with your health insurance application?
Please click on the link below to schedule an appointment?
Our Team of Outreach Specialists can help you:
HCSF Outreach Specialist are now enrolling individuals and families.
We Can Also Provide:
ACA 101 Training For Medical Staff
An Outreach Specialist At Your Location To Assist Clients Directly
For More Information Call: 786-708-0836
Did you know?
Shopping around for plans saved families an average of $400 annually
For more information, contact us at:
7875 NW 12th Street, Suite 118
Miami, FL 33126
Hotline: (786) 708-0836
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