NH Health Access Network & Marketplace Assistance Programs


VIDEO: Watch Foundation for Healthy Communities Marketplace Assister Andrea Linares talk about obtaining and understanding health insurance in the "My Health. My Care" video series.

What is the NH Health Access Network (NHHAN)? 

The NH Health Access Network is a voluntary effort by health care providers to improve access to health care for low-income children and adults statewide. NHHAN is not an insurance program. It is a discount program based on the applicant household's income and assets.

What is the Marketplace Assistance Program?

The Foundation for Healthy Communities was one of six agencies chosen by the NH Health Plan to help consumers navigate through the many health insurance options available under the Affordable Care Act through the Marketplace Assistance Program. The Foundation's certified Marketplace Assisters inform and help individuals and families learn more about and enroll in an affordable health plan that meets their health care needs.