"I think it's normal for people to have concerns, I mean, it;s a brand new program."
Many have voiced their concerns over the finalized health coverage options in Vermont.
"It's not something that they can look at a rate chart and immediately decide that they can or cannot afford it."
But help is here. 18 navigator organizations, designed to provide objective advice for you and your family, will be available across the state.
"You'll be putting in somebody's family size, their income and that is going to tell them what their financial assistance is going to be. "
The financial assistance will then be applied to the rates listed on the chart and a final rate will be determined.
"That;s why it's so important for people to come in and see a navigator, sit down, talk to someone, go through your own personal situation and then find out what your own rate is."
With open enrollment starting in October there is plenty of time to visit a nearby navigator and find an affordable health care option.
Here is a list of the locations:
Associations of Africans Living in Vermont
Bi-State Primary Care Association
Central Vermont Community Action Council
Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity
Community Health Centers of Burlington
Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region
Community Services of the Lamoille Valley
HR Consulting Solutions, LLC
Lake Champlain Lifelong Learning Fund
People's Health and Wellness Clinic
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
Richford Health Center, Inc. Northern Tier Center for Health
Spectrum Youth and Family Services
Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility
Vermont Campaign for Health Care Security
Vermont Chamber of Commerce Services, Inc.
Vermont Coalition of Clinics for the Uninsured
Vermont Family Network