The exchange, known as Nevada Health Link, is paying groups to employ more than 125 workers to help sign people up for insurance over the next year.
The grantees range from the Inter-tribal council of Nevada, to a children’s day care organization and a Latino commerce association.
The groups will be enrolling people in their offices or holding community forums.
The exchange will spend more than 2 million dollars on this year’s enrollment effort. It’s largely supported through federal funding.
Enrollment begins in October. Coverage takes effect on January first of next year.
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