Affordable Care Act

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Health Insurance: Because It Makes You Secure

The Health Insurance Marketplace brings quality, affordable, health care coverage within reach.

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Hunting, fishing, welding and health care: James' #GetCovered story

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, James was able to enroll in coverage without worrying about his pre-existing condition.

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Family Health History

This Thanksgiving take time spent with family to learn about your family health history.

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An Update from the Office of Family Assistance on the Health Profession Opportunity Grants Program

More than 11,000 HPOG participants have completed their training program and around 9,000 are working.

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Health Care Reform More Than Just a Website

Learn four basic ways you can apply for and enroll in the Marketplace.

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Health Reform: A Critical Social Justice Frontier

A new way to find health care coverage begins.

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New Affordable Care Act Webpage for Early Childhood

Learn more about how the ACA will effect early childhood programs

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The Real Stories of the Affordable Care Act

ACF touches the lives of millions of people who will be newly eligible for Medicaid or for reduced-cost insurance. See how ACF grantees, along with activists and state agencies, are doing everything they can to reach them.

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Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

One in five Americans will experience a mental health problem in their lifetimes, yet nearly two-thirds of people that are diagnosed with a mental illness do not seek treatment.

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ANA and CMS Health Care Marketplace Enrollment Outreach Partnership

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

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