GEAR: Georgia Enrollment Assistance Resource Network

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Welcome to GEAR, the Georgia Enrollment Assistance Resource Network! GEAR is a central hub of resources for Georgia’s enrollment assisters and community partners who work with people to educate them on their health and health coverage options. Developed to help enrollment assisters and community stakeholders better educate and inform consumers, GEAR is a great resource to enhance the outreach, education, and enrollment efforts in Georgia. 

GEAR contains handouts, interactive tools, important assister updates, and other materials to better educate Georgians on health insurance enrollment, how to use their insurance, and more. You can also access In the Loop to share your most prickly enrollment-related questions with other enrollment assisters in Georgia. 

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Why You Need Health Insurance

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How To Get Health Insurance

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How To Get Your Money’s Worth From Your Health Insurance

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Making Sure Your Insurance Is Still A Good Fit

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Post-Election GEAR

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Happy OE4!

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GEAR Newsletter: September, 2016

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