Health Care Reform

The latest open enrollment period to sign up for a health insurance plan under the Affordable Care Act ended on February 15, 2015. Below, you can find out more about our efforts to expand access to coverage and care for Latinos and information about how the law affects Latinos.

Why You Should Get Covered

How You Can Get Covered

Questions and Answers: Affordable Care Act Teleconference


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Key Enrollment Resources

Health Insurance Basics: Key Words and Phrases You Need to Know Fundamentos del seguro médico: Palabras y frases clave que necesitas saber Get Ready to
Get Health Coverage!
¡Prepárate para obtener seguro médico!!

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Estimate what coverage might cost you with this tool developed by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Key Elements of Reform

Basics of Health Care Reform webpage:  Just getting started on health reform?   Need to understand the building blocks and how they affect Latinos?  Here you can learn more about health care reform’s status and the fundamentals of the law.

National Calls webpage:  NCLR has dedicated a number of telephonic briefings and webinars to specific areas of the law and how they affect Hispanics.  Here you can review a variety of topics on women’s health, children’s health, immigrants, and more.  You can access recordings and materials for calls and get ideas on how to engage in implementation activities.

Critical Things You Should Know about Health Care Reform (English | Spanish):  See this document that lays out the basics of reform and how it will affect you and your family.  Para responder a algunas de las preguntas más urgentes, el NCLR creó un documento donde se presentan los puntos más significativos de la reforma.  Entérese de cómo la reforma de salud le afectará a usted y a su familia. 

Webinar Resources on the Affordable Care Act

  • NCLR Action Center
  • The Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits
  • The Truth About NCLR
  • NCLR Blog