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MNsure Partner Ready to Answer Questions at County Fairs in Northwestern Minnesota

6/20/2018 9:57:26 AM


MARSHALL, NORMAN & POLK COUNTY, Minn.—MNsure navigator, Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. (partner of Northwest Community Action) will have a booth at three county fairs in Northwestern Minnesota this summer to talk with area residents about the benefits of health care coverage.

“Please stop by our booth at the Norman, Polk, and Marshall County Fairs for more information about MNsure,” said Nancy Ramon, Community Assistance Coordinator of Tri-Valley Opportunity Council. “We look forward to assisting you and your family apply for health insurance!”

Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. is a community action agency headquartered in Crookston, MN. It is their mission to provide opportunities to improve the quality of life for people and communities in west Polk, west Marshall and Norman counties.

MNsure acting CEO Nate Clark notes, “This is a great opportunity for area residents to work with a trusted MNsure navigator, get their questions answered, and see if they are one of the three-quarters of Minnesotans who qualify for financial assistance.”

/help/find-assister/find-navigator.jspMNsure-certified navigators are trained experts at local, trusted community organizations. Minnesotans can use a navigator for help with filling out an application, enrolling in coverage, and determining eligibility for /financial-help/index.jspfinancial assistance. Services from MNsure-certified navigators are always free. /new-customers/enrollment-deadlines/year-round/index.jspYear-round enrollment available for those who are a member of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or qualify for Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare.

Event details are below:

  • Norman County Fair, June 20—23
  • Polk County Fair, July 11—15
  • Marshall County Fair, July 25—29

More information about Tri-Valley Opportunity Council and other /help/find-assister/index.jspMNsure-certified assisters.

Over 115,000 Minnesotans have found private health coverage through MNsure this year. More information can be found at

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