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Tencon Health Plan A will have open enrollment April 1, 2013 through April 30, 2013. Please visit your local Department of Human Services Office to apply or apply online by visitingwww.mibridges.michigan.gov/access/For more information, please click here.


NOTE: Until further notice the Tencon Health Plan has suspended new enrollments at this time. Please check back later or for questions please call Kevin Hughes at (231) 775-9942 ext. 3839. Thank you! 


 For information on Prescription Plan Coverage, please click here.

Updated October 2012 
** NOTE: The Plan RX Program is part of the TENCON Health Plan and is not available at this time for new enrollment.   Please check back later or for questions please call Kevin Hughes at (231) 775-9942  ext. 3839However, the Prescription Discount Program (PDP) is available

Tencon_LogoTencon Health Plan is a community sponsored, non-profit corporation that helps uninsured adults living in our ten county service area, receive medically necessary health care services.Medically necessary services include physician and specialist visits, outpatient lab tests and x-rays, and prescriptions from a list of covered medications. It does not cost you anything to participate in the Tencon Health Plan, but some services require a small co-pay of $5.00 or $10.00.Once you are enrolled in the Tencon Health Plan, you will be asked to select a physician from a list of participating primary care doctors. You will also receive a membership handbook that will give you information about how to use the plan services. Once you receive your Tencon Health Plan ID Card in the mail (about 2 weeks after you enroll), you may begin receiving program services.

To be eligible for the Tencon Health Plan you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a resident of the District Health Department #10 service area
  • Not be eligible for Medicaid, Medicare, MiChild, or be eligible for employer paid health benefits
  • Be a citizen of the United States or a legal alien
  • Provide picture identification
  • Provide proof of income for entire household
  • Provide proof of current address

For more information on this program or to make an appointment, call your local county health department office. Click here to contact us!