You Are Invited
Please join us for a special evening October 20th at our Annual Dinner Meeting. This year we celebrate Joanna Stillwagon, 2016 recipient of the Fred Funari Mental Health America Award of Distinction, who has tirelessly volunteered for MHAWC for over a decade. Keynote speaker is Here One Day filmmaker Kathy Leichter, who lost her mother to suicide. View video to learn more:
Click here for the invitation to the dinner. Please RSVP by October 12th.
The 2016 Annual Breakfast will feature a showing of Kathy Leichter's film Here One Day, followed by a workshop. This expanded program offers 3-Social Work CEUs at no additional cost. You may register for the Breakfast by printing and mailing this form by October 17.
NEED HEALTH INSURANCE? NEED HELP? CONTACT A MARKETPLACE NAVIGATOR:
Do you need health insurance? Mental Health America of Westmoreland County has a certified navigator to help you navigate the new Health Insurance Marketplace and find health coverage that fits your budget and meets your needs. By using the Marketplace, you can see and compare all your options in one place and enroll for health insurance.
Apply and Enroll
Visit HealthCare.gov and complete an application to see the coverage available in your area. You can also call the Marketplace at 1-800-318-2596 for more information. TTY users should call 1-855-889-4325. To apply for insurance you will need the following: name, birth date, social security number, and income information for yourself and all family members needing coverage.
Get Help from Health Insurance Marketplace
Navigators in Pennsylvania Navigators can help you understand how the Marketplace works and complete eligibility and enrollment forms. Call 1-855-274-5626 (toll free) to make an appointment or speak with a Navigator.
Mental Health America of Westmoreland County is also available in Western Pennsylvania to provide informational sessions both as outreach to organizations and groups or one-on-one to individuals. To schedule a navigator to speak to your group or visit you in the community, call MHAWC at 724-691-0475