We have a new name! Washtenaw Health Plan is now Washtenaw Health Project.

We connect community to care.

Washtenaw Health Project can help you find the healthcare coverage and resources that are right for you—no matter your income.

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Health insurance is complicated.
We’ve got you covered.


Healthcare plans protect people from the often high cost of medical bills—especially in cases of accident or illness. Here in the U.S., many people struggle to find or pay for coverage.

Our nonprofit helps ensure that Washtenaw County residents of all backgrounds and circumstances have the healthcare coverage they need to enjoy their fullest lives. We can help you navigate the system!

Our team speaks English, Spanish, French, and Arabic. We have access to interpreter services for many other languages.

Call Us

Tel. 734-544-3030
Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Closed for lunch 12–1 p.m.)

Visit Us

555 Towner Street, Ypsilanti MI 48198
Our friendly staff is here to help you Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Closed for lunch 12–1 p.m.)
Here's what to expect.

Email Us

Send your questions to

Miriam Mancilla Arvizu

I enjoy working for an organization where our community members can trust that we will find the best and most affordable healthcare services for them and their loved ones.

Miriam Arvizu Mancilla
Washtenaw Health Project

Healthcare Coverage in Washtenaw County


Healthcare plans for eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant people, and people with disabilities Learn more.

Healthcare Marketplace / Healthcare.gov

A health insurance shopping and enrollment service for U.S. residents Learn more.


For people ages 65 and older and certain younger people with disabilities Learn more.

Employer Insurance

Purchased by employers for employees and their dependents Learn more.

Washtenaw Health Plan

For residents of Washtenaw County who are not covered by other plans Learn more.


For uninsured children of Michigan’s working families. Learn more.

Help the Washtenaw Health Project advocate for the health and well-being of everyone in our community.