Town Hall Meetings: Information Provided by Your Local Health Care Navigators
The Alliance for a Healthier Indiana is a group of committed health care professionals and community business leaders that advocate to improve the health of our state. The Alliance has announced that they will be hosting 17 town hall meetings around the state of Indiana in 2018. The tour will kick off with the Indiana ‘State of Our Health Summit’ on April 13th in Indianapolis and will focus on combating tobacco use, infant mortality, opioid abuse and obesity. There will be sixteen summits held around Indiana including one in Vincennes on August 10th. Time and location details to be released at a later date.
The meetings are free and open to the public. Space is limited and registration is required. The Alliance is looking for sponsors who are committed to addressing the public health issues affecting Hoosiers. For more information on the Road Show or becoming a sponsor visit HealthierIndiana.org or e-mail questions to info@HealthierIndiana.org.
If you need assistance to enroll in healthcare, call your local Healthcare Navigator today. For Knox and Gibson County, call 812-881-1934. In Daviess County call 812-830-7927 or Greene County call 812-890-2322. For Martin County call 812-881-1645. Visit www.pacecaa.org or www.CKFindiana.org for more information.
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Covering Kids & Families of Indiana (CKF-IN) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring all Hoosiers have accessible healthcare coverage. CKF-IN promotes and facilitates healthcare coverage by building coalitions that enroll, educate, and support Hoosiers and by advocating for strong inclusive public policies. For more information, visit www.ckfindiana.org