Many companies offer group plans to self-employed individuals. You'll usually be asked to prove that you've reported self-employment income to the IRS for the current year. Contact a local insurance agent for details. Even if you're not self-employed, some business organizations or local associations you belong to may offer limited health insurance products. Be sure to explore your options and read the fine print; you may want to call the Office of Insurance Commissioner (1-800-562-6900) before purchasing group coverage.
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Other Organizations to Contact
There are several organizations that can help you find insurance that is right for you. The following are possible options:
|HCA Medical Assistance (formerly DSHS)
|Apple Health for Kids
|Office of the Insurance Commissioner
|Prescription Drug Program
|Washington State Health Insurance Pool
|Pre-existing Conditions Insurance Plan - Washington State
|First Aid for the Uninsured||ParentHelp123.org Benefit Finder|