Enroll El Paso Coalition

Online Enrollment Card

Enroll El Paso is a community-wide coalition created to support the Affordable Care Act (ACA) outreach efforts. To assist consumers as they apply for and choose new health insurance options, and find the most affordable coverage that meets their health care needs, Enroll El Paso includes Navigators, In-person Assisters, and Certified Application Counselors (CAC). Enroll El Paso Coalition, supported by local non-profits, businesses, faith-based organizations, hospitals, federally qualified health centers, and other health care organizations, has educated and assisted thousands of El Pasoans. 

Assisters will be available to help with enrollment and questions
on health insurance coverage and the Affordable Care Act.
Jan 23th 10-2pm
Freedom Nutrition
11400 Sean Haggerty, Suite C302, 79934
Jan 24th 10-4pm
Sierra Providence East
3280 Joe Battle Blvd, 79938
Assisters will be available at the following libraries on
Mondays & Wednesdays 10-6pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays 11-7pm
Fridays 1-5pm, Saturdays 12-4pm:

Central/East: Judge Marquez Library, 610 Yarbrough, 79915
Northeast: Richard Burges Library, 9600 Dyer, 79924
West: Dorris Van Doren Library, 551 E. Redd, 79912


Exemptions from the fee - If you don’t have health coverage that qualifies as minimum essential coverage, you must either pay a fee or get an exemption from paying the fee. You may not have to pay the fee in certain situations. This is called having an “exemption.” You may qualify for an exemption if:

  • You’re uninsured for less than 3 months of the year
  • The lowest-priced coverage available to you would cost more than 8% of your household income
  • You don’t have to file a federal tax return because your income is too low
  • Your income is below 100% of the federal poverty level and your state hasn’t expanded Medicaid
  • You’re a member of a federally recognized tribe or eligible for services through an Indian Health Services provider
  • You qualify for a hardship exemption
  • You enrolled in a plan through the Marketplace by March 31, 2014, with coverage effective for May 1, 2014, even if you didn’t have coverage earlier in the year

There are more ways you may qualify for an exemption. Learn more about hardship exemptions, additional exemptions, and how to claim all exemptions from the fee: https://www.healthcare.gov/exemptions/

Local contacts with trained navigators, application counselors and/or
assisters who can answer questions or assist you with the application
Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc: 545-7190

Centro San Vicente: 858-2932
Cognosante: 242-2170
Del Sol Medical Center: 595-9501 or 594-2482
Enroll America: brodriguez@enrollamerica.org,
Las Palmas Medical Center: 521-1339
Project Amistad: 298-6997
Project Vida: 533-7057 Ext. 340
Sierra Providence Health Network:1-866-893-8446
University Medical Center: 521-7918



Other members of the Enroll El Paso Coalition. These organizations
can assist you in answering questions:
City of El Paso, Department of Public Health: 211
County of El Paso: 546-2098
EPISO – Border Interfaith: 778-3200
El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce:566-4066
Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce:534-0571
Region 19 Head Start: 790-4600
Small Business Administration: 834-4600
United Way of El Paso County: 533-2434