Why Have Health Insurance?

There are three great reasons to have health insurance:

(1) to have access to health care when you need it

(2) to manage your health care costs

(3) to obtain free preventive care like immunizations, screenings and some primary care visits.

What We Do

Redwood Community Health Coalition has a team of Certified Enrollment Counselors (CECs) who can assist you to enroll in or renew public (Medi-Cal) or private (Covered California) health insurance.  Our CECs are trained to explain the health insurance selection and enrollment process, to assist you in completing forms and providing required documentation, and assist you with health coverage renewals. Services are confidential and provided at no cost.  Assistance is available in Marin, Napa, Sonoma and Yolo Counties.

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Now Health Insurance Is More Affordable!

Due to the American Rescue Plan, more money is available through Covered California to assist with health insurance costs. If you’ve checked your options and costs of enrolling in the past, check again.

Click here to contact a Certified Enrollment Counselor who will assist you with health insurance enrollment or renewal at no cost to you.

Lost Your Job or Had a Decrease in Income?

If you’ve recently had a decrease in income or lost health coverage, health insurance with financial help from Covered California may be available .

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Redwood Community Health Coalition’s Navigator Program is funded by Covered California. “Covered California”, “California Health Benefit Exchange” and the Covered California Logo are registered trademarks or service marks of Covered California in the United States.

This web site is owned and maintained by RCHC which is solely responsible for its content.  This site is not maintained by or affiliated with Covered California, and Covered California bears no responsibility for its content.  The email addresses and telephone numbers that appear throughout this site belong to RCHC and cannot be used to contact Covered California.