Utah Health Insurance Consumer Help
Utah does not operate a Consumer Assistance Program under the Affordable Care Act. The consumer protections and benefits of the law still apply to you.
The agencies listed below can help you take advantage of some of these protections and benefits. They can answer your questions about different types of coverage.
If you need health insurance, be sure to check out HealthCare.gov’s Plan Finder. It will help you find and compare health care coverage options in your area.
If you have questions about insurance you bought for yourself and/or your family or you have insurance provided by an employer who does business only in Utah, contact:
Utah Insurance Department
4315 S 2700 W, Suite 2300
Taylorsville, UT 84129
If you have a hard time affording health coverage and you have questions about eligibility or current Medicaid benefits, go to:
Utah Medicaid Program
(801) 538-6155 (Salt Lake City area)
(800) 662-9651 (Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada)
(801) 538-6155 (other States)
You may also contact the Division of Workforce Services (DWS) by visiting here: https://jobs.utah.gov/jsp/officeserch
If you are not eligible for Medicaid, your child may still be eligible for the Children’s Health Insurance Program. For questions about eligibility or benefits, go to:
Utah Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
You may also contact the Division of Workforce Services (DWS) by visiting here: https://jobs.utah.gov/jsp/officesearch
If you have a question, complaint, or dispute regarding insurance you get through a “self-insured” employer (typically a large company or one with locations in multiple states or countries), go to:
U.S. Department of Labor
Employee Benefits Security Administration
200 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20210
If you are on Medicare and have a question, or if you have a disability or end stage renal disease and want to enroll or find out if you are eligible for Medicare, contact:
Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIP)
Utah Department of Human Services
Aging and Adult Services
195 N. 1950 W.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
If you are a veteran and have a question or concern about veterans’ health care benefits, go to:
US Department of Veterans Affairs
(877) 222-VETS (8387)
If you have questions about your health insurance that are not covered by the above resources, call the Health Insurance Assistance Team of the U.S. Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight at (888) 393-2789.