Affordable monthly premiums, as low as $0 are available through Nevada Health Link!
We know that all Nevadans have different needs and diverse situations when it comes to health insurance coverage. Some enrollees may be eligible for subsides to help cover their monthly premium costs, making health insurance more affordable than you thought. Others may be eligible for Medicaid and/or Nevada Check Up. All of these programs help you reduce your costs for health insurance and give you peace of mind.
Members of your family may qualify for different types of coverage.
Take a look at the family scenarios below to choose a story that best describes you and/or your family and helps you better understand your options. Differences between members of a family can likely mean differences in health insurance options.
1. Family of 4 (Father, 34 pregnant Mother, 32, 7-year old Son and 4-year old Daughter) that makes approximately $37,000 per year and living in Clark County
- Pregnant Mother, 32 is assessed for Medicaid eligibility due to pregnancy and income
- 4-year old Daughter assessed for Medicaid/CHIP – Nevada Check Up eligibility
- 7-year old Son assessed for Medicaid/CHIP – Nevada Check Up eligibility
- Father qualified for a subsidized health plan through Nevada Health Link:
2. Single adult (age 33) living in Carson City, eligible for a subsidized plan through Nevada Health Link, making approximately $30,0000 per year
- Lowest Out of Pocket Monthly Premium: $40.90 – Bronze
- Middle Out of Pocket Monthly Premium: $191.89 – Silver
- Highest Out of Pocket Monthly Premium: $293.39 – Gold
3. Married same sex couple (partner age 42, partner age 44 years), making annual income of approximately $42,000 and living in
Partner age 42, born in 1977 is seeking coverage through Nevada Health Link and eligibility is as follows:
- Lowest Out of Pocket Monthly Premium: $175.03 – Bronze
- Lowest Out of Pocket Monthly Premium: $252.42 – Silver
- Highest Out of Pocket Monthly Premium: $429.02 – Gold
Partner age 44, born in 1975 is accessing coverage on Medicaid because they are disabled.
4. A 25-year-old living in Washoe County making $30,000 per year can access plans for as little as $109/month.
5. A household with two children living in Clark County with a household income of $57,660 qualifies for plans as low as $100/month.
6. A 55-year-old couple living in Tonopah making $41,000 per year can access plans for as little as $112/month.
Ready to enroll in coverage?
Start the process by answering a few questions about your household composition and income on the platform.
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Call the Customer Assistance Center: 1-800-547-2927, we’re open Monday through Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm.