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Transitioning to the Affordable Care Act

Friday, August 2, 2013

A number of Affordable Care Act (ACA) presentations are planned at locations around Louisville.  These presentations will explain the basics of the new ACA and include answers to questions like: What does the ACA do? Who will it cover? When does it start? What does it mean for me?

The purpose is to ensure that local residents--including low income consumers--know about new options for health care coverage under the ACA, are empowered to make smart consumer choices and have their voices heard in implementaiton. Presentations last about an hour and will be held at the following times and locations:

  • Metro United Way, Community Room, 334 E Broadway- Monday, August 5th at 2 PM
  • Spalding University, Egan Leadership Center, 901 South 4th Street- Wednesday, August 7th at 3 PM 
  • Home of the Innocents, 1100 East Market Street- Thursday, August 8th at 3 PM
  • Louisville Free Public Library-Main Branch, Centennial Room, 301 York Street- Wednesday, August 28th at 1 PM
  • Louisville Free Public Library-Main Branch, Centennial Room, 301 York Street- Monday, September 9th at 1 PM
  • Bates Community Development Corporation, 1228 South Jackson Street- Thursday, September 12th at 2 PM

Additional presentations are being scheduled.  They will be posted on here when they are confirmed.  If you would like to discuss the possibility of hosting an event, or check on whether an event is scheduled in your area, email Kyle Watson at kwatson@laslou.org or call 502-614-3139.

Presentations are funded by a grant from the Foundation For a Healthy Kentucky and coordinated by the Kentucky Equal Justice Center.