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Region 5 Brings ACA Enrollment to New Americans

ACF builds partnerships to bring enrollment to the neighborhoods that need it most.

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Getting Ready for Tax Season

Information about your health coverage is now a part of the tax filing process.

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Make Using the Affordable Care Act Your New Year’s Resolution

How the ACA can improve the health of those in Indian Country.

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HPOG Hosts Stakeholders Roundtable Meeting

The Health Profession Opportunity Grants Program seeks input from stakeholders and experts from across the fields that the program touches for its second round of grants.

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5 Facts for Consumers about the Fee for Not Having Health Coverage

Don’t miss your chance to get covered, visit HealthCare.gov today.

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New Americans and ACA

Ensuring immigrants and refugees have accessible, affordable and quality health care.

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Carl’s #GetCovered Story

He's no longer gambling with his life.

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Sean’s #GetCovered Story

Saving his son’s life and his family’s future.

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8 Out of 10 Current Enrollees Could Save on Health Insurance Marketplace Plans This Year

The Health Insurance Marketplace is open for business. You may be surprised to find out how affordable health insurance can be.

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Fighting Chronic Disease: Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness in Indian Country

Using community support to lower the Native cancer death rate.

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