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Health Insurance If You Are or Were Incarcerated

If you are currently incarcerated, you cannot enroll in a health insurance plan through BeWell. If you were formerly incarcerated and are enrolling in a plan, you may be asked to provide documents to confirm you are not incarcerated.

You can use the following documents to provide this proof.

  • Official release papers from the institution or Department of Corrections
  • Parole papers
  • Unexpired state ID, driver’s license, work ID, or passport
  • Federal, state, or local benefit letter
  • Clinic, doctor, or hospital records for services provided
  • Medical claim explanation of benefits provided
  • Lease (must be an active lease where you’re currently residing)
  • Signed notarized statement from the individual with alleged false incarceration inconsistency showing that you’re living in the community and includes your name, date of birth, and address
  • Rent receipts (showing only your name)

If you don’t have any of these documents, call us at 1-833-ToBeWell. A member of our team will help you.

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