The Santa Ana Sentinel

Community Message: City of Santa Ana, Senator Lou Correa, and Assemblyman Tom Daly Organize Covered California Town Hall

Posted in The Santa Ana Sentinel by Omar Ávalos Gallegos on September 30, 2013

SANTA ANA, CA (September 30, 2013) – State Senator Lou Correa and Assemblymember Tom Daly, in collaboration with the City of Santa Ana, Covered California, Cal-Optima, and Orange County Legal Aid, are hosting a Covered California Town Hall. The event will take place on Friday, October 4, 2013, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at the Southwest Senior Center, 2201 W McFadden Ave, Santa Ana, CA.

Starting October 1st, Covered California, the state’s new health insurance exchange, will begin enrollment of individuals. This town hall will provide constituents with an overview of the healthcare plans offered by Covered California and Medi-Cal. In addition, there will be information on SHOP, the Small Group Option Program, which will provide incentives to small businesses (less than 50 employees) who offer health insurance.

“Healthcare plans will be made available to individuals, families and small businesses based on their needs and income. Covered California is a step in the right direction toward providing quality care for all,” says Senator Correa.

“The starting enrollment date of October 1st marks an important milestone for the Affordable Care Act in California. This meeting will give people helpful information on the benefits of Covered California,” says Assemblymember Daly.

The Covered California Town Hall will include a presentation and Q&A with representatives of Covered California, Cal-Optima, and Legal Aid. Light refreshments will be provided.

For more information or to RSVP for the town hall, please contact Asia Cunningham at Senator Lou Correa’s District Office at 714-558-4400.

Sent by City of Santa Ana
20 Civic Center Plaza, 8th Floor/ P.O. Box 1988, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Comments Off on Community Message: City of Santa Ana, Senator Lou Correa, and Assemblyman Tom Daly Organize Covered California Town Hall

%d bloggers like this: