Detroit Branch NAACP to Host an Affordable Care Act Enrollment and Education Fair


Affortdable Care Act COPYThe Detroit Branch NAACP will host an Affordable Care Act (ACA) Education and Enrollment Fair on Tuesday. February 18, 2014 from 6:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Fellowship Chapel located at 7707 W. Outer Drive in Detroit. The fair will begin with a live broadcast by Radio One Detroit’s Mildred Gaddis. During the fair there will be an opportunity to speak to enrollment specialists, ask questions regarding current health care issues. Health care consultants will be available to sign up individuals for the Affordable Health Care program. Additionally there will be a health fair providing free health screenings, a panel discussion and workshops to provide the community with information on the ACA, Medicaid expansion in Michigan and a financial literacy workshop to answer questions on the tax implications of the ACA.

“The Detroit Branch NAACP is committed to providing access and opportunities to make sure all are able to get questions answered and sign up for the Affordable Care Act,” said Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony, President, Detroit Branch NAACP. “We know that access to quality, affordable health care will be a benefit to all in our community.”

The Affordable Care Act Education and Enrollment Fair is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and done in partnership with ACCESS, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Detroit Medical Center, James E. Wadsworth Jr. Community Center, LA SED, Michigan Chronicle, OFA, Radio One, and United Way of Southeastern Michigan.

This event is free and open to the public. Those who plan to attend should call (313) 664-2422 to RSVP.

Detroit Branch NAACP General Membership Meeting and Affordable Care Act Panel Discussion

Join the Detroit Branch NAACP on Thursday, December 19 at 6:00 P.M. at Northwest Activities Center (located at 18100 Meyers in Detroit) for the final General Membership meeting of 2013 and a panel discussion on the Affordable Care Act. Panelists will include representatives from Blue Cross Blue Shield and National NAACP’s Health Advocate. This is your chance to ask questions and be informed on how the Affordable Care Act can work for you.