Insurance experts are available by phone to answer questions and get you enrolled. You can call them to get help or make an appointment.
- Contact a local insurance expert by phone to answer questions and get you enrolled. You can call them to get help or make an appointment.
- Call customer support between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Customer support is available (but experiencing longer wait times) between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday at 1-855-923-4633; TTY 1-855-627-9604.
You can search for free help with someone in your community on our mobile app, WaPlanfinder.
Get Over-the-Phone Assistance
Navigators, Enrollment centers, and Brokers are no longer accepting walk-ins. You must call to make an appointment.
Get over-the-phone assistance from a Navigator or Broker.
Navigators are trained to help you complete an application and answer any questions as you enroll. You can get assistance over-the-phone from a Navigator.
Find a Navigator Near You
Registered brokers are licensed professionals that often live in and support their local communities. Brokers can help you fill out the application and can recommend a plan for you.
Enrollment centers are where you can get free assistance from a registered broker or navigator.
Customer Support Center
Our Customer Support Center can help individuals, families, and small businesses fill out the application or answer questions about financial help and the enrollment process. Help is available in 175 different languages.
Manage Your Plan
Need to report a change, manage your account, view your messages, cancel your coverage? Sign in to your account and get started from your account dashboard.
Open Enrollment Has Ended
If you’re enrolled in a Qualified Health or Dental Plan through Washington Healthplanfinder, you’ll need to renew your coverage each calendar year during open enrollment to stay covered. During this time, you can shop and compare new health plans and even add new dental coverage. You can use a shopping tool called “Smart Planfinder” to make sure your plan next year is the best value for you or your family, and that your prescriptions, doctors or clinics are covered.
Outside of open enrollment you could qualify for a Special Enrollment period.
See If You Qualify