Important Contact Information
For additional information related to the topics presented, please contact the appropriate department/agency listed below.
Who You Should Know
- Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS)
As the department with regulatory responsibility for Michigan’s insurance and financial entities, we can offer assistance to consumers if they have questions or complaints about insurance or consumer finance related entities.
- Health Insurance Consumer Assistance Program (HICAP)
The Health Insurance Consumer Assistance Program is operated by the Department of Insurance and Financial Services to help Michigan consumers with health insurance issues.
- Health Insurance Marketplace
The Health Insurance Marketplace (Marketplace) is a federally operated insurance marketplace where individuals and families can purchase and compare health plans.
- SHOP Marketplace
The Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace is a federally operated insurance marketplace where small businesses may shop for and compare group health coverage.
- Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS)
Apply for Michigan health care programs like Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan and MIChild at:
- Free Health Clinics
Free Clinics of Michigan (FCOM) is a network of volunteer-staffed free clinics that provide health care services to the uninsured or medically underserved in Michigan.
- U.S. Department of Labor - Employee Benefits Security Administration (USDOL)
The USDOL regulates self-funded health plans, employers and the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA).
- Michigan Attorney General - Consumer Protection
Handles complaints and answers questions regarding provider billing issues.
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
The IRS provides information on the federal tax implications of the Affordable Care Act as well as other tax information.
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