If you lost employer coverage or income, you may be able to enroll in Marketplace coverage now through a Special Enrollment Period. Free or low-cost coverage is also available through NJ FamilyCare for those who qualify. Learn more
Compare plans and prices
Before you shop for health coverage, find if you qualify for financial help to lower your costs. Find which plans have your doctors, and compare plans and prices. You can begin browsing health plans with our plan comparison tool in mid-October.Learn More
Existing Marketplace Customers
If you have a Marketplace plan now, you will enroll in 2021 coverage with GetCoveredNJ instead of HealthCare.gov. Learn about your new GetCoveredNJ account and your 2021 enrollment choices.Learn More
Where can I get help?
Get free local help applying for health coverage from a certified assister or agent.Get Help
When can I buy insurance?
Open Enrollment starts November 1. You can enroll any time if you have a major life change, like having a baby, moving or losing job-based insurance.Learn More
Where can I find my 1095-A form?
If you had a health plan through HealthCare.gov in 2020, you will get a Form 1095-A in the mail in early 2021 for your taxes.Learn More
How do I change my information now?
- Make changes to your 2020 coverage at HealthCare.gov
- Make changes for 2021 coverage through Get Covered New Jersey.
Changes in income, residence, or household size can affect your eligibility for financial help. Update your information when a change happens.Learn More