Health Coverage Assistance
Covering Kids and Families (CKF)
If you need health coverage, we can help!
Finding and applying for health coverage is hard. We get that. Covering Kids and Families of Brightpoint has certified Navigators who can help review your options and guide you through the enrollment process for FREE.
If you already have health coverage, but need help using and keeping it, we can help with that, too!
Covering Kids and Families of Brightpoint can help you with:
- Finding a primary care doctor
- Reporting changes such as a new address, new job, birth of a baby, etc.
- Completing Eligibility Review and Re-enrollment paperwork
- Knowing where and how to make monthly payments
- Filing appeals
- Dealing with any other questions or problems you may have with your health coverage
Health Coverage Options
The Indiana Health Coverage Program for pregnant women and children from birth to age 18. The program offers medical, dental, and vision coverage at little or no cost to the member or member’s family. A family of four can make up to $617,500 and qualify. HHW can be used as a secondary insurance for pregnant women and lower income families. Enrollment for HHW is year-round.
The Indiana Health Coverage Program for adults ages 19 – 64. HIP has two levels of coverage. HIP Basic offers medical coverage at no cost with copay options. HIP Plus offers medical, dental, and vison coverage for a monthly contribution based on your income. A family of four can make up to $36,500 and qualify. HIP can be used as a secondary insurance for adults that qualify. Enrollment for HIP is year-round.
*Non-citizens may qualify for limited coverage through Indiana Health Coverage Programs
PEPW is for pregnant women who are not currently receiving Indiana health coverage. PEPW offers temporary coverage for prenatal care services while an Indiana health coverage application is pending. If you have not already applied for Medicaid, Brightpoint Navigators will help you apply at the time a PEPW application is submitted. PEPW can be used as a secondary insurance and enrollment is year-round.
A service operated by the federal government that allows people to shop for and enroll in health insurance. Most people who apply qualify for premium tax credits that lower the cost of coverage. All plans cover essential health benefits and preventive care. Open enrollment begins November 1 annually. You can enroll in Marketplace health coverage February 15 through May 15 due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) emergency. If you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period, due to a life event like losing other coverage, getting married, moving, or having a baby, you can enroll any time.
Brightpoint adheres to specific privacy practices related to this program.