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Our counselors will:
Explain your health insurance and care options, regardless of your immigration status.
Help you and your family enroll in or renew health insurance.
Find out if you qualify for financial help to pay for low-cost private health insurance plan.
Assist you with applying for SNAP benefits (food stamps).
Counselor Locations by Borough
In-person health insurance enrollment services are suspended until further notice. Call us for information or to schedule a telephone enrollment appointment.
Morrisania Health Center
1309 Fulton Avenue, Third Floor
Bushwick Health Center
335 Central Avenue, First Floor
347-236-7029, 646-799-1346, 347-236-9934
Fort Greene Health Center
295 Flatbush Avenue Extension, Fifth Floor
718-249-1438, 718-249-1436, 718-249-1435
Homecrest Health Center
1601 Avenue S, First Floor
Bedford Health Center
485 Throop Avenue, Second Floor
Crown Heights Health Center enrollment staff will continue to provide enrollment services at our new Bedford Health Center site. Call for information or to schedule a telephone enrollment appointment.
Washington Heights Health Center
600 West 168th Street, Second Floor
Chelsea Health Center
303 Ninth Avenue, First Floor
Corona Health Center
34-33 Junction Boulevard, First Floor
Jamaica Health Center
90-37 Parsons Boulevard, Fourth Floor
Astoria Health Center
12-26 31st Avenue, Second Floor
135 Canal Street
(By appointment only) Other Ways to Find a Counselor
Facilitated Enrollment for the Aged, Blind and Disabled
If you are 65 or older, certified blind or certified disabled, you may qualify for Medicaid. You can get free assistance to apply for Medicaid, Medicare and the Medicare Savings Program, which helps cover Medicare costs. Note, this assistance is separate from the NY State of Health Marketplace services.
To make an appointment, call 347-396-4705.
Health Insurance for Children in the Early Intervention Program
If you have a child in the
New York City Early Intervention Program, your child may qualify for Medicaid and other benefits, even if you already have health coverage. Additional Resources