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Plan Options

In the state of New Hampshire, you may be eligible for a couple of different plan options.  The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services determines eligibility and will inform you of your options.

Generally, if you are a New Hampshire Health Protection Program (NHHPP) member, you are eligible for the Premium Assistance Program (PAP).  If you are not a NHHPP member, you may be eligible for other plans through the Health Insurance Marketplace, healthcare.gov.

Plan Option Federal Poverty Level  Monthly Premium Payments Out-of-Pocket Costs
Premium Assistance Program (PAP) 0-100% No No
Premium Assistance Program (PAP) 101-138% No Yes
Health Insurance Marketplace 139-400% Yes
(Government Assistance Available)
Yes
(Government Assistance Available)
Health Insurance Marketplace 401% & Above Yes Yes

As you begin shopping for Ambetter health insurance plans, we’ll walk you through the process to help you determine your plan eligibility and government assistance eligibility.

To find your Federal Poverty Level, use the chart below.

Household Size 100% 133% 150% 200% 300% 400%
1 $12.060 $16,040 $18,090 $24,120 $36,180 $48,240
2 $16,240 $21,599 $24,360 $32,480 $48,720 $64,960
3 $20,420 $27,159 $30,630 $40,840 $61,260 $81,680
4 $24,600 $32,718 $36,900 $49,200 $73,800 $98,400
5 $28,780 $38,277 $43,170 $57,560 $86,340 $115,120
6 $32,960 $43,837 $49,440 $65,920 $98,880 $131,840
7 $37,140 $49,396 $55,710 $74,280 $111,420 $148,560
8 $41,320 $54,956 $61,980 $82,640 $123,960 $165,280
For family units of more than 8 members, add $4,180 for each additional member.