Affordable Healthcare Enrollment Events * Presented by: Seedco

Benjamin Hooks Library | 3030 Poplar Ave. Memphis, TN 38111

Call (901) 405-7895 to schedule your appointment

On-site enrollment

Certified Navigators and Certified Application Counselors will be onsite for assistance.

November 10th: 1:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. ( In order to vacate the room at the library on time, no one will be seen after 6 p.m.)

November 20th: 10:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. (In order to vacate the room at the library on time, no one will be seen after 1 p.m.)

December 3rd: 10:30 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. (In order to vacate the room at the library on time, no one will be seen after 6:00 p.m.)

December 15th: 10:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (In order to vacate the room at the library on time, no one will be seen after 2:30 p.m.)

ACA Health Insurance – Basics

Church Health Center – Wellness Facility

1115 Union Ave | Memphis, TN 38104

Two Sessions offered:

Thursday, May 21st at 10:30 am and 6:00 pm

*Bring Health Insurance documentation if you have questions specific to your policy.

Confused about Your Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Policy?

Get answers now!

 Clarification on confusing terms

 Medical services your insurance should be covering 100%

 Help finding doctors and hospitals that take your insurance

Affordable Care Act 101 Webinars

SBA, CMS and Small Business Majority will host free Affordable Care Act 101webinars so small business owners can learn the basics of the Affordable Care Act and how they can enroll in health insurance marketplaces. Join us every other Thursday at 2 PM ET.

Join us for the Affordable Care Act 101 webinars in Spanish once a month on Tuesdays at 4 PM ET.

The deadline for 2015 enrollment in Affordable Care Act health insurance through the Marketplace is February 15.

Please see UPDATED schedule of ACA enrollment events from SEEDCO, including several event at MPLIC locations,  Please note that the events at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library are in Meeting Room A.

In addition, here is the latest posted information on ACA enrollment events at the Church Health Center – Wellness, 1115 Union Avenue:

http://www.churchhealthcenter.org/assets/1850/aca_flyer_12_17.pdf

public schedule Jan-Feb 2015

For questions about any of these events or to make appointments, please call SEEDCO at (901) 405-7895.

Seedco 22 N. Front St. Ste 900 ■ Memphis, TN 38103

tel (901) 405-7905 ■ fax (901) 522-2044www.seedco.org

CELL- 901-570-4422

ACA Marketplace Information & Enrollment Events December 2014 & January 2015

DECEMBER

CDC and Seedco:  Monday December 29, 2014   10am-4pm          Union Ave. Baptist Church  2181 Union Ave.

Porter Leath:  Monday Dec 29, 2014   10 am-2 pm             Whitehaven Library        4120 Millbranch

January

CDC

Monday Jan. 5th 4 pm – 6:30pm / CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Tuesday Jan. 6th 3 pm – 7 pm / CD Council at Cordova Library, 8457 Trinity Rd.

Friday Jan. 9th 9 am – noon / CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Monday Jan. 12th 4 pm – 6:30 pm /CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Friday Jan. 16th 9 am – noon / CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Monday Jan. 19th 4 pm-6:30 pm /CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Wednesday Jan. 21st 10am – 3 pm /CD Council at Cordova Library, 8457 Trinity Rd

Friday Jan 23rd 9 am – noon / CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Monday Jan. 26th 4 pm – 6:30pm /CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Friday Jan. 30th 9 am – noon /CD Council at CHC Wellness Center, 1115 Union Ave.

Porter Leath

Whitehaven Library 1/5/2014 /10 am-2 pm  4120 Millbranch Rd.

Porter-Leath Career Place 1/7/2014 /9:30 am-6 pm  1100 Brooks Rd.

Whitehaven Library 1/12/2014 /10 am-2 pm 4120 Millbranch Rd.

Porter-Leath Career Place 1/14/2015 / 9:30 am-6 pm  1100 Brooks Rd.

Porter-Leath Career Place 1/16/2014 / 10 am-2 pm 1100 Brooks Rd.

Porter-Leath Career Place 1/17/2014 /9:30 am-12 pm 1100 Brooks Rd.

Porter-Leath Career Place 1/21/2015 / 9:30 am-6 pm 1100 Brooks Rd.

Porter Leath Career Place       1/23/2015       9 am-12 pm  1100 Brooks Rd.

Porter-Leath Career Place 1/24/2014    9:30 am-12 pm  1100 Brooks Rd.

Whitehaven Library 1/26/2015       10 am-2 pm  4120 Millbranch Rd.

Porter Leath Careerplace  1/28/2015       9:30 am-6 pm 1100 Brooks Rd.

 

SEEDCO

Monday Jan. 5th 4pm – 6:30pm                 With CD Council at CHC Wellness Center 1115 Union Ave.

Monday Jan.5th 9am-1pm                          Shelby County Health Dept.  (not for the public)

Tuesday  Jan. 6  10 :30 am-3 pm Ben Hooks Library 3030 Poplar (Meeting Room A)

Wednesday Jan. 7, 9am-1pm                   Shelby County Health Dept. (not for the public)

Thursday Jan. 8, Noon- 5pm                     Ben Hooks Library   3030 Poplar (Meeting Room A)

Friday Jan. 9, 10:30am-3:30 pm Raleigh Library  3157 Powers

Monday Jan. 12,  4pm-6pm                      With CD Council at CHC Wellness Center 1115 Union Ave.

Tuesday Jan. 13,  Noon-5pm                    Ben Hooks Library  3030 Poplar   (Meeting Room A)

Wednesday Jan. 14, 9am-1pm                SHELBY County Health Dept. (not for the public)

Wednesday Jan. 14 ( tentative)               Concorde College   5100 Poplar (not for the public)

Thursday Jan. 15, 10:30am-3pm Ben Hooks Library 3030 Poplar (Meeting Room A)

Friday  Jan. 16, (MLK event)                in conjunction with Porter Leath (still planning)

Saturday Jan. 17, 9am-12noon          With YMCA@ St Anne Catholic Church 706 South Highland

Wednesday Jan. 21, 10am-3pm        Cordova Library 8457 Trinity Rd.

Friday Jan. 23, 10:30am-3:30pm  Raleigh Library    3157 Powers

Monday Jan. 26, 9am-1pm                 Shelby County Health Dept. (not for the public)

Monday Jan. 26, 4pm-6pm                 With CD Council at CHC Wellness Center 1115 Union Ave.

Thursday Jan. 29, 10:30am-3pm Ben Hooks Library  3030 Poplar (Meeting Room A)

Friday Jan. 30, 9am-Noon                   With CD Council at CHC Wellness Center 115 Union Ave.

Saturday Jan. 31, 10am-2pm             St Paul Baptist Church  2124 Holmes Rd

 

 

Considering enrolling in an Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance plan during the next Open Enrollment Period? The Church Health Center is pleased to partner with the Community Development Council to offer free Affordable Care Act Marketplace Basics Classes to the community at Church Health Center Wellness, 1115 Union Ave. The first session is 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 4. A second session is 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 6. Please call 901-259-4673 for full information.

 

Do you have questions about ObamaCare –  the New Health Insurance Law?

 

Do you have health insurance?

Join us for an Informational Session on the Affordable Care Act at

Christ Missionary Baptist Church

Tuesday, January 14, 2013

6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

Representatives from SEEDCO will be available to answer questions.

Please RSVP to the Administrative Services Office of CMBC at 901.948.9786.

Are you covered?

Are you a student filmmaker? Know someone who is?

We want your help.

If you’re a student, we want you to make a short film — and have the chance to show it right here at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the first-ever White House Student Film Festival. If you’re a parent or a friend, pass this on to a student you know.

The topic? Technology in classrooms. There’s huge power in what technology can do for education — from taking a course online, to collaborating with students from across the country (or the world!).

We’re looking for awesome student filmmakers to show the power of technology in classrooms in a short film.

If that sounds like you — or someone you know — go to WhiteHouse.gov/Film-Festival and find out how you can participate.

But hurry! You’ve only got until January 29th to send in your submission. So if it’s going to get “two thumbs up,” you’d better start now.

Not a K-12 student? Forward this to someone who is:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/film-festival

GET COVERED MEMPHIS KICK-OFF RALLY

 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2013

Benjamin L. Hooks Main Library

3030 Poplar Avenue

4:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Come and join with citizens from across our community as we help to kickoff and bring awareness to open enrollment for the

Health Insurance Marketplace which begins enrollment onOctober 1, 2013.

 LIVE MUSIC FROM WILL GRAVES AND SOUL

Today, the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act ensures hard-working, middle class families will get the security they deserve and protects every American from the worst insurance company abuses. The Court has issued a clear and final ruling on this law.

For a comprehensive overview of the Affordable Care Act, visitWhiteHouse.gov/HealthReform and HealthCare.gov.

Let’s take a look at what today’s ruling means for the middle class:

A major impact of the Court’s decision is the 129 million people with pre-existing conditions and millions of middle class families who will have the security of affordable health coverage.

We should also remember that under today’s ruling, having health insurance is and will continue to be a choice. If you can’t afford insurance or you’re a small business that wants to provide affordable insurance to your employees, you’ll get tax credits that make coverage affordable. But if you can afford insurance and you choose not to purchase it, the taxpayers will no longer subsidize your care for free.

Given today’s ruling, it’s now time to focus on implementing this law in a smart and non-bureaucratic way that works for the middle class.

As we’ve said, the Court has issued a clear and final ruling on this law. The last thing Congress should do is refight old political battles and start over on health care by repealing basic protections that provide security for the middle class. The President refuses to go back to the way things were.

Right now, Congress needs to work together to focus on the economy and creating jobs. Right now in congress, what’s at stake is how–at this make or break moment for the middle class–we break through Washington gridlock to move our country forward. Right now in Congress, what’s at stake is our chance to seize this moment to build an economy not from the top-down, but one based on a strong and secure middle class.  We need to create secure middle class jobs and an economy built to last where hard work and responsibility are rewarded, everybody gets a fair shot, pays their fair share, and plays by the same set of rules.

Right now, Congress should act on the President’s concrete plans to create an economy built to last by reducing the deficit in a balanced way and investing in education, clean energy, innovation, and infrastructure. It’s time for folks in Washington to work together on behalf of the American people.

Please check back periodically for additional information on today’s decision.

Read the President’s full remarks here