Miesha Ann Mack: 'It's important to have health insurance. I'm moving forward.' Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, young adults who had been in foster care, like Miesha, can be covered by Medicaid until their 26th birthday. HealthCare.gov.
Jennifer Molina of Charlotte, NC. #GetCovered: My Story | HHS.gov/healthcare
Ruth: "Being covered means everything to me." Yvonne Jones, Philadelphia, PA. HealthCare.gov.
I’m Covered Stories: A Persistent Dad Wins the Day
A growing family will be covered. Stephanie and Justin, +1 due in September.
I’m Covered Stories: A Just-in-Time Convert to Health Insurance
It was one of the most relieving things ever. The Affordable Care Act is allowing me to pursue my dreams. –James, a 29 year-old Floridian no...
Getting In Tune For My Future: My #GetCovered Story (By Amelia Ciskey): http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2014/03/amelias-enrollment-story.html
I Stopped Gambling With My Life: My #GetCovered Story (By Omar Chavez): http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2014/03/omars-enrollment-story.html
I Don’t Have to Worry Anymore: My Affordable, #GetCovered Story (By Angele Bravo): http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2014/03/angeles-enrollment-story.html
Getting Covered Means I Get to Focus on What Matters: My Kids (By Shellie Braggs): http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2014/03/shellies-enrollment-story.html (
Taking Care of My Health is No Act (By Rachel Brown): http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2014/03/rachels-enrollment-story.html.
The Most Important Thing That I Do: Amy’s #GetCovered Story. Read more: http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/blog/2014/02/amys-enrollment-story.html
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You’re Not Invincible: 6 Reasons You Should #GetCovered.
Allan logged on to HealthCare.gov, checked out my options for coverage and chose a Silver plan. Read more about his story: http://go.usa.gov/BsBx.
I've launched my small business & can focus on expanding it because I can now afford health coverage for my entire family. - Betsy Furler, a...