Since the enactment of the Affordable Care Act over a decade ago, the federal health insurance marketplace has helped tens of millions of Americans get health insurance, including 1.8 million Texans this past year.
Yet there is still much work to be done, especially for Central Texans disproportionately impacted by care barriers and systemic inequities.
St. David’s Foundation and its partners are committed to educating and empowering Central Texans to access affordable health insurance coverage.
Helping individuals get insured also supports our community, as improving the health of Central Texans will take the burden off an already-strained healthcare system. Health coverage is the foundation upon which health equity can be sustained.
The 2023-2024 Open Enrollment period will run from November 1, 2023 through January 15, 2024, on HealthCare.gov.
Open enrollment is for people who don’t have health coverage through employment and/or government programs such as Medicare, who can sign up for quality, affordable health insurance on the Health Insurance Marketplace—also referred as an “exchange.”
We are committed to partnering with and working alongside community leaders to connect eligible Central Texans with the local services and tools available to help sign-up and keep coverage. Together, we can increase access to affordable health care coverage while improving the lives and well-being of all those living in Central Texas—so that every individual can flourish and reach their full potential.
Texans enrolled in 2022
1 of 12
states that haven't expanded Medicaid
of Texans still uninsured