Join us this Thursday to discuss the issue of traffic control at the intersection of Diversey & Avers. We will be hosting a community meeting to give residents a chance to voice their concerns and input in regards to possible solutions to the problem. The meeting will be held at Kosciuszko Park, 2732 N. Avers, November 30th, at 6:30pm.
For those interested in finding out more about the Affordable Care Act enrollment process and other relevant details, there will be a free workshop hosted at Roberto Clemente High School on Saturday, November 18. Residents who wish to enroll in the ACA but have not done so will receive assistance. Please make sure to bring necessary documents listed in the flyer below.
In partnership with Cook County Commissioner Luis Arroyo, Jr., our office will be hosting a turkey giveaway for ward residents. The event will take place at our office location, 2521 N. Pulaski Rd., on Saturday, November 18, from 11am until 1pm. Each resident will receive one turkey, while supplies last!
Northwest Community Church is hosting a Blood Drive, courtesy of Lifesource. If you would like to attend, the event will be held at 5318 W. Diversey Avenue on Saturday, November 11, from 10am - 4pm.
This year’s Open Enrollment period is the shortest it has ever been - it starts on November 1, and you must sign up by December 15. Don’t miss your chance to get covered.
After some tumultuous threats from Washington, we are proud to say the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is still the law of the land! Through the ACA 1.2 million Illinois residents including 300,000 Chicago are now insured. Chicago hit a record low of 9.6% of individuals who do not have insurance. We are proud of the progress we've made, but there's still more to do. We need to continue to lower the number of uninsured Chicagoans.
8 out of 10 people who enrolled in health coverage through HealthCare.gov qualified for financial help to make their monthly premiums more affordable. Find out if you’re eligible for a discount here.
Remember all plans at HealthCare.gov cover free preventive care with no co-pay. This means free cancer screenings, check-ups and more. You won’t be denied for pre-existing conditions. Health plans in the individual and small group markets are required to cover ten categories of essential health benefits – including emergency services, maternity and newborn care, mental and substance use disorder services and prescription coverage.
Don’t miss your chance to Get Covered and share with your family, friends and neighbors!
Get Covered. Apply here. For local help applying, visit the Illinois Coalition for Health Access.