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Educating Americans about health care options

September 11, 2013

The Children’s Mental Health Network is proud to be part of the Champions for Coverage initiative that is spreading the word to help make sure all Americans can get the care they need, when they need it, at a price they can afford.

Starting in October 2013, Americans who don’t have insurance can choose from quality, affordable health insurance plans in the Marketplace for coverage that begins in 2014. The Marketplace:

  • Gives the uninsured more plan choices
  • Helps lower the costs of insurance for working families and small business

As part of the national effort to educate Americans about health care options we have some great links to share with you.

Enjoy!

FOR PROVIDERS:

FOR LEGAL COMMUNITY:

YOUNG ADULTS /BACK-TO-SCHOOL:

Infographics/Infocards

PSAs

American Indians or Alaska Natives:

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders:

  • Blog: Dr. Howard K. Koh, M.D., MPH Assistant Secretary for Health, blog on the ACA and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Materials:

Infographics/Infocards

Communities of Color:

Training: Training: Understanding the Health Insurance Marketplace:

Other Helpful Links:

  • The link to the information and application to become a Certified Application Counselor is another way individuals and organizations can help with Marketplace enrollment efforts.

HHS has provided additional information:

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