Healthcare is a Basic Human Right!
Over the last several months you have called, emailed, marched and tweeted your faithful support for healthcare access for all people. Thank you for your partnership in justice-seeking.
Our work is not over. Now we need to mobilize people of faith for a robust open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. We need you to raise awareness about Open Enrollment and drive traffic to HealthCare.gov, assisters, navigators, and brokers, and community enrollment events.
Budgets for advertising these open enrollment periods have been drastically cut from 100 million dollars to ten million dollars, and the enrollment period has been reduced. This puts critical life-giving healthcare access in jeopardy for millions. We need people of faith and to educate our communities.
Here are some tangible ways you can help us get the word out!
Download this Toolkit with Faith Resources
The Interfaith Healthcare Coalition of which MFSA is a partner created this toolkit to provide strategies and templates for use in outreach to media and your community in order to raise awareness about Open Enrollment and drive traffic to HealthCare.gov, assisters, navigators, and brokers, and community enrollment events. Download the toolkit here.
Help us get the word out on social media by posting this email or tweeting the information below.
The Open Enrollment window for coverage beginning January 1, 2018: November 1 – December 15, 2017
Visit HealthCare.Gov, call 1-800-318-2596 or find in-person help at localhelp.healthcare.gov to shop for plans and sign up.
People of Faith Call In
Encourage clergy and people of faith to join a call with US Rep. Clyburn on Monday, November 6 at 7:30pm. Rep. Clyburn will be hosting a call with clergy and people of faith around the country to talk about the importance of healthcare for people of faith and help people promote enrollment. The number will be 712-451-0436 with access code 845827. Please share to your networks so that those who are interested can engage in open enrollment.
Methodist Federation for Social Action
212 East Capitol St.NE
Washington, District of Columbia 20003
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