Our Mission

We are committed to building healthier communities and lives through advocacy, education, and outreach focused on helping individuals and families find the most accessible, affordable, and high-quality health insurance coverage.

Our Work

  • We provide health education to communities, individuals, and families empowering consumers to make informed decisions about their health insurance.
  • We offer our expertise during the health plan selection process guiding individuals in choosing the best available health insurance plan.
  • We partner with community health organizations providing health education resources for staff and patients.
  • We serve as a health advocate working to bring awareness about the health insurance needs of low income and underserved communities.
  • We work to achieve health equity and greater health outcomes for all people- giving special attention to those in communities who are disadvantaged and are at higher risk for health disparities.
  • We are dedicated to building a higher standard of health for every community- reducing barriers to coverage and ensuring no one is excluded from having access to quality health insurance.

Our Values

Building Trust

Building relationships through trust with people, communities, and organizations is the touchstone of everything we do. 


We are open to sharing, receiving feedback, having open lines of communication on our experiences and accomplishments.


Taking part in our community, shared conversations, connecting with others, and working together to achieve common goals is our approach.

Being A Resource

Providing guidance, support, and solutions is our priority.


We believe in the dignity of every person and take great pride in serving diverse and inclusive communities and organizations.


We provide an empathic ear, listing to those who are in need, and practicing the “Golden Rule.”

We Serve

  • Individuals & families
    • Part-time workers.
    • Individuals considering COBRA.
    • Individuals age 26 transitioning off of a parent’s plan.
    • Working seniors.
    • Individuals who are not offered health insurance through their employer.
    • SSDI/People with disabilities.
  • Non-profit organizations.
  • For-profit businesses.
  • Government agencies.
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).
  • Community health clinics.
  • Private & public hospitals.
  • State health programs.
  • Health advocacy groups.
  • Associations.
  • Justice involved individuals & organizations.

Our Management Services

Eligibility Management

Enrollment Management

Documentation Management

Premium Management

Data Management/Reporting

Task Management/Workflows

Productivity & Communication Management

Contingency Planning

Stakeholder Education