Event posted by: North Central Regional Mental Health Board
Community Conversations: Focus on the Affordable Care Act
What is this about?
This is a discussion group to explore the educational and enrollment experiences of minorities and LGBTs with the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
What does it involve?
You will have the opportunity to join a small group to talk about the ACA. The topics will include: enrollment, describing your healthcare experiences (good and bad), and expressing your views on how healthcare can be improved.
What's in it for me?
While there is no monetary incentive to participate, the information you share regarding your experiences will be used to improve the education and enrollment of minorities by (1) sharing the results with national and state organizations, including SAMHSA, and (2) using the results to improve the ACA. We will also offer lunch or snacks during the Conversations, and raffle gift certificates.
How do I sign up?
To participate, simply call or email us to register for a Community Conversation. Please remember that participation is voluntary and anonymous. The answers you provide are not connected to you in any way.
Where is it held?
Hartford Behavioral Health: 2550 Main St., Hartford
Fridays June 27th until August 29th from 10am-2pm
To register, please contact
Quyen Truong: QTruong@ncrmhb.org or 860-667-6388
This project is part of a national dialogue on the Affordable Care Act and mental health.
Minorities, LGBTs, and people in recovery from mental health or substance use issues