Catch offers individual health insurance coverage, which means people and their families can get covered through Catch, not businesses who offer coverage to their employees.
What if I live in a state with a Federally Facilitated Marketplace?
Catch offers coverage that's sold through the Federally Facilitated Marketplace, also known as healthcare.gov.
If you live in a state that uses the Federally Facilitated Marketplace, and you are qualified to purchase individual coverage, you can use Catch to apply for and enroll in health insurance.
What if I live in a state with a State-Based Marketplace?
Some states run their own marketplace. If you live in one of them, you can use Catch to access the state's marketplace, and a Catch Benefits Advisor will help you enroll or you can follow our instructions on how to enroll yourself.
What if I am already covered from a job or another source?
Receive qualified coverage from an employer (or through a family member's employer)
Are covered by Medicare
Receive care from TRICARE or the VA
Then you are not eligible to purchase health insurance on the individual marketplace through Catch.
You can, however, still use the Wallet to store your health insurance information and use other features on Catch.