Seeking community input on public education about the ACA and insurance

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The Affordable Care Act has a lot of moving parts – both opportunities and responsibilities – for consumers and it can be very confusing. Part of the rollout of the Affordable Care Act includes recruiting In-Person Assisters to help people who are uninsured get insurance.
Organizers expect that hundreds of IPAs will be housed in community-based organizations across Connecticut or in small businesses that already focus on helping the community. Grants of about $6,000 will help cover expenses for each In-Person Assister. The Office of State Health Care Advocate is seeking input as they develop the program. Please take a few minutes to complete a survey.