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Community Leaders

As a Community Leader, your assistance is vital to our success.

Spread the Word

As a community leader you are a trusted resource for many – just as we are.  Please tell others about the free services we offer to bring support and simplicity to the ever more complex world of healthcare insurance and financial help.  This could be as simple as sharing a link to our website or providing your county’s local navigator’s contact information to others.

If you’re willing and able to do a bit more to support affordable healthcare access in your community – keep reading!

Lend a Hand

Contact us if you’d like to arrange for one of our navigators to provide an informational session at your location.  This can also be expanded to include private appointments for navigator assistance with questions, exemptions, applications/enrollment or ongoing support with ACA Healthcare.

You can also support your employees, community group and county residents by providing a space for navigators to meet with them.  These ongoing appointment times can be privately listed for your members or publicly listed on our online appointment scheduler.

Partner with us

If you’re actively involved in improving the health of your community and serving the public, contact us to create opportunities for shared outreach and education.  We can reach more people and make a bigger difference in their lives by working together!

 

Lend a hand, Spread the Word or Partner with us: There are so many ways your organization can help…
Can you provide a business location for Navigators to meet with the public or your employees/group? Maybe you’d like to sponsor a group enrollment or information session at your community center, church or other gathering place. How do our goals and clients match with yours for shared outreach? Let’s join together for the health of our communities.

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