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Are you a Columbia-area resident needing assistance sorting through the new Health Insurance Marketplace? Here is a list of places and times that help is available in the Columbia area. *Lexington County Main Library, 12-4 on Mondays, 4-8 Wednesdays , 9– 12 … Continue reading
The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) has released a new report focusing on children’s coverage as part of the ACA. Several of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) key provisions are targeted to children, but much of the law … Continue reading
HHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships February and March 2013 Webinars The HHS Partnership Center continues to host a series of webinars for faith and community leaders. All webinars are open to the public and include a question and … Continue reading