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$2.3 million announced to support Health Insurance Marketplace outreach, enrollment

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DETROIT — The federal government is awarding up to $2.3 million to organizations that assist Michigan residents in seeking and enrolling in coverage options through the Health Insurance Marketplace under the Affordable Care Act.

Navigator grant awards were announced Monday by Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell.

The recipients are the Michigan Consumers for Healthcare, Arab Community Center for Economic & Social Services, Midwest Asian Health Association, American Indian Health & Family Services of Southeast Michigan, and the Forest County Potawatomi Community. The grants will support preparation and outreach activities for enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

About $60 million in grants will go to 90 organizations in federally-facilitated and state partnership marketplaces.


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