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New Look, Same Mission

Aug 17, 2020
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As a non-profit, Community Health Options is a health insurance organization founded on a simple premise - prioritize people over profits. We first started developing this idea in 2011 in Lewiston, Maine. Almost ten years later, we are celebrating our progress with a fresh, updated brand look.

While our look is new, our mission will never change. We believe that meaningful partnerships with Members, businesses and health professionals will improve the quality of health benefits, reduce costs and create a community of healthcare. Our new logo represents that community. The bright colors reflect the optimism we feel as we build towards our collective future.

Our local communities, our state and our world have experienced unprecedented health and safety challenges this year, and we are committed to serving our members with expertise, accuracy and compassion through a pandemic and far beyond. As we prepare for the 2021 open enrollment season, we strive to keep costs low while bringing high quality healthcare benefits to the market. We are a healthcare carrier with a human touch, and we value each of you as a Member of our community.

As always, we are here for your health benefit needs. Please contact Member Services at (855) 624-6463, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. or use our contact form.

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Community Health Options is closely monitoring the progress of the virus and is coordinating with healthcare organizations and government agencies.

We are posting important information about the virus here, and will keep you updated as more facts become available.

Coronavirus Prevention

Until a vaccine is developed, the best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. You can do that by taking the same steps you would take to prevent the spread of other respiratory viruses. That includes:

  • Cleaning your hands regularly and thoroughly with an alcohol-based hand rub or washing them with soap and water;
  • Maintaining at least six feet of distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing;
  • Refraining from touching your eyes, nose and mouth, where the virus can be transmitted into your body;
  • Covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze, then disposing of the used tissue immediately.

To avoid misinformation about COVID-19, look to trustworthy sources, such as the CDC, the World Health Organization, and local health departments websites to stay informed. 

You can access more information about coronavirus prevention on the CDC website.