Please see the link I have provided below
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You should discuss this with your Attorney for disability as well, however healthcare information is available at www.healthcare.gov. You may also get assistance through "charity" care in New Jersey. You may find more information at http://www.state.nj.us/health/charitycare/
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I agree with the other answers provided. Healthcare.Gov is the best place to get started. I have also included a link below which will connect you to local "Navigators" in NJ, which are people who are trained to help you enroll in healthcare.
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