Cover Montana and Cover Native Montana

Since 2013, Montana’s uninsured rate has dropped from 20% to 8.6%. This drop is largely due to new coverage options through the Health Insurance Marketplace and expanded Montana Medicaid.

The Cover Montana project works to connect Montanans who have questions about enrolling in health insurance options with a local enrollment assister who can walk them through the process. This is largely done through the Cover Montana website. Enrollment assisters are located at Health Centers, Urban Indian Health Centers, hospitals, Indian Health Service, Tribal Health, and other organizations. In the fall of 2021, MPCA was awarded a CMS Navigator grant to provide statewide outreach and enrollment assistance. MPCA also facilitates the Cover Montana project and provides training and technical assistance to enrollment assisters from across Montana. Trainings are done via webinar and MPCA Population Health and Enabling Services Summit that happens in October. Stay in the loop, sign up for the Cover Montana email list.

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Cover Montana Trainings & Technical Assistance

Looking for information about your coverage options? Visit the Cover Montana website.
Sign up for the Cover Montana email updates and learn about upcoming training opportunities. Sign up here.
If you have questions about becoming a Certified Application Counselor, email Olivia.

Upcoming Trainings and Webinars:

Information about all Cover Montana and MPCA webinars is also available on the calendar.

Wednesday, May 11th, 11am – 12:30pm
Making sense of the health insurance appeals process
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Thursday, June 9th, 11am – 12:30pm
Understanding Behavioral Health Access and Coverage
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Past Trainings and Webinars:

April 6th, 2022
Preparing for the end of the Public Health Emergency (PHE)

March 9, 2022
The No Surprises Act – What Montana Consumers Need to Know
RecordingSlidesUS PIRG Handout