Don't Miss Out! You May Still Have Time to Enroll!
Stickney Public Health District Counselors
Help Navigate "Get Covered Illinois" Site...
The Marketplace Open Enrollment Period has ended. In the last few months, hundreds of thousands of Illinoisans like you have signed up for coverage and now have access to affordable and quality health care. Over 7 million people nationwide now have health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act. Thank you for being a part of this historic effort.
In the last few hours of open enrollment, thousands of people across the state rushed to beat the 11:00 p.m. deadline on March 31. Many completed the process but those who didn't still have time to enroll. If you tried to enroll but were unable to complete the process prior to 11:00 p.m. because of a problem that was not your fault, don't worry. You still have time to enroll but you need to finish the process as soon as possible. To finish your application, choose among the following options:
If you were able to create an account online using the Health Insurance Marketplace,
Go back to your online application on Healthcare.gov, log in and complete your enrollment - you'll just need to confirm online that you tried to enroll before March 31.
Make an appointment with a Navigator who can help you with the process for free.
If you tried to create an account online on your own or with a Navigator but were unsuccessful,
Visit GetCoveredIllinois.gov, answer a few questions, create your account on the Marketplace if you are eligible and complete your enrollment.
Make an appointment with a Navigator who can help you create an account and complete your enrollment for free.
If you finished enrolling before the March 31 deadline, be sure to pay your monthly premium to your insurance company by your insurance company's deadline so your coverage can begin on May 1, 2014.
To find a free Navigator in your community use our Navigator Search Tool or call the Get Covered Illinois Help Desk toll-free at (866) 311-1119 to speak with a representative in English or Spanish.
Thanks for using Get Covered Illinois and be sure to check out tips from GetCoveredIllinos.gov on how to use your new coverage!
Stickney Public Health District is certified as a local health department by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Founded in 1946, the SPHD provides a variety of health prevention treatments and public health services to the residents of Stickney Township. We are committed to improving and protecting the health of our residents and encourage you to take advantage of our services.
These include programs that provide health services to both the youngest and the most senior of Stickney Township's population. In Home Nursing program seeks to maintain the independence of elderly citizens while the Women, Infants and Children program targets the nutritional needs of those in the early stages of life. The SPHD also takes a broader role in servicing the environmental and safety concerns of our community.
The administrators of Stickney Public Health District hope this site provides greater access to the services that we offer to the community.
Louis S. Viverito
Louis S. Viverito
In addition to his position with the SPHD, Louis S. Viverito is the State Senator representing the 11th District and Stickney Township Supervisor; born in Chicago, he is a Korean War Veteran and, together with his wife Carolyn, has three children and five grandsons.