For most jobs, unless you were fired for gross misconduct, you have the option of continuing group health care coverage at your own expense for a determined period of months. Many employers with more than 20 employees have what is referred to as COBRA benefits, available for up to 18 months after termination. Many other states also have COBRA-type health insurance continuation laws that might provide more continuation options for you.
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