On October 1, when enrollment opens up, you can visit the Washington Healthplan Finder to compare plans and sign up for coverage. Until the beginning of next month, though, it won't be fully operational.
The call center is up and running now. Call (855) WAFINDER to get answers to your questions.
Every county has information to help people looking to get insurance.
In King County, you can contact Seattle-King County Public Health at www.kingcounty.gov/coverage. You can also call the Exchange support center at (855) 923-4633.
In Pierce County, you can get help from Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. Visit www.tpchd.org/healthcarereform or call (855) 923-4633 for more information.
Kitsap County residents can contact the Kitsap Public Health District at (360) 377-5235 or visit www.kitsappublichealth.org.
If you live in the five counties north of Seattle and King County, the Whatcom County Health Alliance has set up a phone number and website with more information. Call (360) 788-6594 or visit www.whatcomalliance.org/get-enrolled for more information. That resource is for those living in Whatcom, Skagit, San Juan, Island, and Snohomish Counties.
If you live in the seven counties south and west of Seattle, the Choice Regional Health Network is your point of contact. You can call (360) 539-7576 ext. 120 or visit accesshealthwa.org for more information.