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Do you have health insurance?- Open Enrollment Nov 1- Jan 15

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If you don’t have health insurance, you could be missing out. 

There are many low cost or free health insurance options for people of many incomes. 

For many, health insurance means access to preventive health care services.

It allows your doctor to catch a health problem early.

It can even help you avoid having to pay high medical bills. 

Connect with a certified navigator or application counselor- located in the Thumb. See if you quality for help with your insurance.   

They are certified and ready to help you get the coverage you need! 

Alecia Parks

McKenzie Health Systems


120 Delaware Street,

Sandusky, Michigan 48471-1087

Medicaid &

Kari Granz

Thumb Community Health Partnership


6152 Duda Road,

Harbor Beach, MI 48441

Medicaid &

Trish VanNorman

Harbor Beach Community Hospital


210 S. First Street,

Harbor Beach, MI

Medicaid &

Diane McFarland

Hills and Dales Healthcare


4675 Hill St,

Cass City, MI 48726

Medicaid &

Medicaid &

Hills and Dales Healthcare


4675 Hill St,

Cass City, MI 48726

Melissa Osentoski & 
Cheyenne Reynero 

Ellen Goshorn

Sanilac County Health Department

171 Dawson Street,

Sandusky, MI 48471

810-648-4098, ext 189

Barb Dufty &
Kim Vermeersch

Scheurer Health


170 N Caseville Rd, Pigeon, MI 48755

Medicaid &

Alyssa Fabyan

List Psychological Services


443 N. State St,

Caro, MI 48723

Medicaid &

Medicaid &

Colby Bundy

Tuscola Behavioral Health Systems


Clinical Programs:

1332 Prospect Avenue,

Caro, MI  48723


323 N. State Street

Caro, MI 48723

Medicaid &

Claire Stevens

Great Lakes Bay Health Centers


876 N. Van Dyke Road Bad Axe, MI, 48413

Medicaid &

Sanilac County Health Department

810-648-4098 ext 110

171 Dawson Street,

Sandusky, MI 48471

Nicole Bannister

**Help with Medicare also available from the Area Agency on Aging at 1-800-803-7174 

For general inquiries, please contact

Kari Granz at or by phone at 810-895-2918

Open Enrollment for is

November 1, 2022- 

January 15, 2023


If you qualify for a 

Special Enrollment Period 

due to a life event like losing other coverage, getting married, or having a baby. 

Medicare: Understanding plans offered through Medicare and Medicaid can be confusing.  Find a MMAP enrollment counselor at 

Learn More About Health Insurance

Learn about the different coverage options,

how to sign up, and health insurance terminology

If you’re new to the Health Insurance Marketplace, follow these 4 steps to apply and enroll on


  1. Create a Marketplace Account

  2. Get Ready to Apply- Use this checklist to gather everything you may need

  3. Get “Eligibility Results” right away- see if you qualify for marketplace insurance plans and/or Medicaid/ CHIP

  4. Enroll in Healthcare Plan- Compare health plans and prices available in your area, and enroll in the one that best meets your needs.


Navigators are available to help answer and walk you step by step through the sign up/ re-enroll process. Contact one of the eight navigators to get started today! 


 Need Help Understanding Your Current Coverage? 


Check out these great resources or contact the closest navigator to answer questions you may have! 


Glossary of Health Coverage and Medical Terms


How to Choose in Health Insurance Marketplace Plan


From Coverage to Care: A Roadmap to Better Care and a Healthier You

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