Millennial young bisexual and gay men's lives are in transition. There is a lot going on. Moving out, being independent, finding a job and/or going to a University or Community College. Why is it important to think about preventative health care? Yes, well gay men are at increased risk for certain chronic diseases and mental health problems. HIV infections are also increasing among young adult gay and bisexual men. Think about it, nobody should go broke because they become ill, need medications or break an arm. Let's make it a goal to get more young men enrolled in health insurance.
|The DENIM Collection | Mpowerment Washington DC|
This year open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) / Obamacare begins November 1, 2015.
The deadline to sign up for coverage for January 1, 2016.
Open enrollment ends January 31, 2016.
If you want a new plan to start January 1, 2015, you must renew or change your plan by December 15, 2014.
We need your help to keep things moving in the right direction for young adults. What can your Mpowerment Project do to encourage discussion about the ACA/Obamacare? Mpowerment Projects (MP) can bring awareness and information about enrolling in health insurance coverage to their participants. Let these helpful sites guide you.
The Affordable Care Act helps young adult Gay and Bi men living with HIV. Here are some of the many ways that Obamacare helps everyone living with HIV.
The Affordable Care Act and PrEP (see below).
|What are your reasons to #GetCovered?|
"Everything you need to bring the Affordable Care Act to your community."
The Healthy Young America Playbook
via Young Invincibles
|Got Covered with Haven Mpowerment Project | Springfield MO|
"Maybe you’re celebrating pride or participating in a community health fair? We have some materials that may be able to help you communicate the importance of being Out2Enroll."
Check out the Out2Enroll resources.
Borrow from the Out2Enroll Campaigns.
Get Enrolled Holiday 2013 video
"Affordable health insurance is here. You might be able to get covered now." Get Covered America.
Get Covered. Health Care dot Gov.
|The men of Latinos D | Mpowerment New York City NY|
I want to go on PrEP but I don’t have health insurance or a doctor. What’s the first step I should take? via betablog.org
|Pedro and Gustavo | Generation L Mpowerment Chicago IL - USCA 2014|