Pittsburgh receives $200,000 grant to enroll children in health insurance plans
Consumer Health Coalition is partnering with the City of Pittsburgh and other child-serving agencies to enroll children in health coverage. From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
“As a whole, improving the health of our city is a priority of the mayor,” said Betty Cruz, Mayor Bill Peduto’s nonprofit and faith-based manager. “We’re so excited to finally see it come to fruition.”
The city’s Bureau of Neighborhood Empowerment and the Allegheny County Health Department will work with more than a dozen neighborhood and community groups to launch the program, including Pittsburgh nonprofits such as the Consumer Health Coalition, a consumer health advocacy group, and Allies for Children, a children’s advocacy group.
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