June 10, 2016 Comments Off on Join our Get Real Rally: June 27, 2016
Save the Date for a “Get Real” Rally! We want to voice our support for PA to raise revenue and fund education and human services.
Join us Monday, June 27, 12:30pm at Freedom Corner.
Questions? Contact Sally Jo Snyder: 412-456-1877 ext. 203 or firstname.lastname@example.org
May 27, 2016 Comments Off on CHC Provides Breast Health Education
April 6, 2016 Comments Off on Pittsburgh Expands Health Access to Children and Families
Consumer Health Coalition has been the enrollment partner with the Healthy Together initiative in Pittsburgh since 2014 to ensure that all children have health insurance.
Healthy Together is part of national initiative through the National League of Cities. Recent results show that in the eight cities where a Expanding Health Access for Children and Families was implemented, 16,000 uninsured children and parents renewed or gained access to health coverage.
Healthy Together has been funded for another year, so keep an Enroll-o-bot in your neighborhood, and make sure all the children and families you know are covered.
Check out this video that highlights our work in Pittsburgh:
March 31, 2016 Comments Off on CHC’s March 2016 Newsletter!
Here’s the great information you can find in CHC’s March 2016 Newsletter:
- What does happiness mean for people with disabilities?
- Voting day: April 26!
- Special Enrollment in Health Coverage
- Coming up in our advocacy series:
Bodies, Buttons, T-Shirts, and Cocktail Umbrellas
- Featured Partner: Washington County Drug & Alcohol Commission
Find the full newsletter here.
March 16, 2016 Comments Off on How do we ensure our state slogan applies to all?
Pennsylvania introduced a new state slogan earlier this month: Pennsylvania. Pursue Your Happiness.
Bill McDowell, a member of our Health Committee for People with Disabilities, took this opportunity to raise awareness about issues needing positive change for people with disabilities. He wrote a Letter to the Editor that ran in the Post-Gazette.
“My pursuit of happiness is accessible, affordable services and communities where each belongs, builds and participates,” Bill writes. “Together, let us pursue this reality in Pittsburgh.”