Health Care Access

Resources

A Utah Health Policy Project (UHPP) initiative, Take Care Utah is a network of nonprofit organizations focused on helping people with health insurance. It consists of about 50 enrollment specialists all across Utah.
A non-profit that serves low-income, uninsured residents of Salt Lake County. Patients are seen by network providers who are volunteering their services. Also provides care management and insurance assistance.
Website with links to several resources and information pages as well as contact information for people who can help determine what health insurance is available to anyone in Utah and how to sign up.
If you don't have health insurance through a job, Medicare, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), or another source that provides qualifying health coverage, the Marketplace can help you get covered.

Frequently Asked Questions

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I am uninsured and would like to talk to someone about getting healthcare coverage. Is there someone who can help me with that?

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Yes, there are multiple resources dedicated to helping people access affordable healthcare insurance. Start this process by checking out: https://takecareutah.org/. This organization is focused on helping Utahns get access to health insurance. You will be connected to 1 of 50 enrollment specialists across the state. Remote enrollment assistance is available.

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I am uninsured and do not think I can afford health insurance at this time but feel I really need to see a doctor. What is my best option?

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If this is not an emergency and you are a Salt Lake County Resident, try starting with https://www.healthaccessproject.org/ This organization has partnered with healthcare providers all over Salt Lake County to provide free services to low income, uninsured people. If you are not a Salt Lake County Resident, connect with someone at Utah 211 via their website: https://211utah.org/index.php or simply by calling 2-1-1. They have a vast amount of resources for gaining access to healthcare and can point you in the right direction depending on your financial status and location.

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