If you're not already a member, join for free. Membership gives you access to benefits, solidarity, resources, advocacy initiatives, and more. And did we mention it's free?
You're good to go if you're a freelancer, an independent contractor, a temporary worker who gets work through an employment agency, self-employed, employed part-time, or working for multiple companies at the same time.
You can't, at the time you submit this application, work full-time (at least 35 hours per week) as a W-2 employee, unless you 1) work for an employment agency or payroll service, or 2) are hired to work for 18 months or less.
You'll need to show you work in any of these industries:
Complete an online Personal Information Form, then submit supporting documents that show that you work in an eligible industry and that you've either made $10,000 in the last six months or that you've worked 20 hours per week for the last eight weeks.
Once you're approved, pick the best plan for you. Make sure to review all of the plan details before deciding.
After enrolling, you'll pay for your first month of coverage. This includes:
You can select your preferred billing and payment method after logging in to our billing and enrollment website.
Welcome! We're happy to have you aboard. If you signed up for dental coverage, you'll get an ID card about two weeks after you enroll in a plan.