- AfterCorps is not considered Minimum Essential Coverage under the Affordable Care Act
- AfterCorps covers health conditions you
acquire during your period of enrollment/coverage.
- AfterCorps does not cover evaluation
or treatment of service-related conditions.
- AfterCorps covers you both internationally
and in the U.S.
- AfterCorps can cover returned Volunteers
as well as their spouses and dependents.
AfterCorps period of enrollment
Volunteers are automatically enrolled and covered for one month following your close of service (COS), paid for by the Peace Corps. Returned Volunteers may enroll for a maximum of two additional months at their expense, and can deduct the cost of this from their readjustment allowance. To extend coverage beyond the first month, you must enroll no more than 31 days after your COS date.
Visit the Seven Corners website for information regarding costs and coverage or to access the AfterCorps Provider Network.
Post-service health insurance options
As they transition off of AfterCorps, returning Volunteers can access other health insurance options in a variety of ways: