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Aids Legal Council Chicago Helps Inform Residents About Affordable Health Act, November 2nd

AIDS Legal Council of Chicago to partner with Broadway United Methodist Church and
First United Methodist Church/Chicago Temple
Event to focus on informing Chicago residents about the Affordable Care Act
as a part of “Cover Your Community” day of action


As
of October 1, 2013, individuals, families, and small businesses in
Illinois can sign up for quality health coverage through Get Covered
Illinois – The Official Health Marketplace by visiting www.GetCoveredIllinois.gov
Through the Marketplace, Illinois residents can get to the right place
to shop and compare all of the health insurance plans offered in the
state.

On November 2,
AIDS Legal Council
will participate in the “Cover Your Community” day
of action, a statewide effort to educate Illinois residents about Get
Covered Illinois and the health insurance options available to them. 
ALCC will partner with Broadway United Methodist Church and Chicago
Temple, covering topics such as what types of coverage are offered, how
to get coverage, plan costs and financial help, Medicaid, local
resources, and more. Specially-trained counselors, also known as
“Navigators,” will be present to assist Chicago-area residents and
answer questions in-person.

  What: Local and Fair Trade Vendor Fair                                  What: Homeless Ministry

When: Saturday November 2, 2013                                         When: Saturday November 2, 2013

10 am to 6 pm                                                                               9 am to 11 am

Where: Broadway United Methodist Church                         Where: First United Methodist                Church/Chicago
Temple

3338 N. Broadway St., Chicago, IL 60657                               637 S. Dearborn,
Chicago, IL 60605

Who will be there: Kate Miller & Marina Kurakin                   Who
will be there:
Gregory Gross
        

Visit www.GetCoveredIllinois.gov to learn more.