Open enrollment

“Sign Up, Speak Out” Health Insurance Enrollment Event

So far, more than 11 million Americans have signed up for 2016 Obamacare health insurance plans.

If you are still needing to enroll, drop by TOP’s third “Sign Up, Speak Out” enrollment event Saturday, January 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Southwest Center Mall in Dallas (3662 W Camp Wisdom Rd, Dallas, TX 75237).

We’ll have healthcare professionals on hand who can answer your questions, help you enroll in a health insurance plan, and help you make changes to your current insurance plan.

Be sure to enroll before the January 31 deadline. Don’t wait until the last minute and risk being left with paying an IRS penalty of more than $600. RSVP today and get enrolled January 23!

Also, join us in our fight to ensure that all Texans, regardless of the money in their pocket, can have access to quality, affordable healthcare! We could drastically reduce the number of people who are uninsured and save lives if we simply expanded Medicaid in our state.

What you need to bring to enroll:
– W2 or check stubs to verify income
– Proof of income for all members in household who will be covered by plan
– Proof of Texas residency (driver’s license, water bill, etc…)
– Proof of Permanent Resident Status (INS naturalization documentation)
– Current health insurance documentation if applicable

Hosted by:
– Texas Organization Project
– Keystone Advisors, LLC
– Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas
– Southwest Center Mall

Don’t miss this family-friendly, FREE event with lots of parking. For more information, contact Brianna Brown at (214) 729-1119 or bbrown@organizetexas.org.

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