Colorado’s Insurance Commissioner, Marguerite Salazar, wants state residents to know where they can go for greater understanding of the benefits offered in insurance policies, and, where to file complaints when they are not satisfied with an insurance company’s practices. She says the Division of Insurance relies on consumers to know when something within an insurance company isn’t working for the consumer’s benefit.In this interview with Advocacy Denver’s Policy Outreach Specialist Catherine Strode, Commissioner Salazar also discussed the future of Colorado’s Health Exchange, predicting more financial viability in the years ahead.
The Health Care Advocacy Program is organizing a 9Health Fair this spring and we looking for volunteers! Please sign-up for our May 9th fair located at CEC Middle College – http://www.9healthfair.org/find/find.aspx
Legislator Vows To Continue Fight For Juvenile Competency Standard
An interview with Catherine Strode
On Thursday, December 4 at 5:00 p.m., Dr. Cory Robinson, Carol Meredith and Marijo Rymer will make a brief presentation to the JBC (Joint Budget Committee) on their recommendations regarding a project started through the Colorado Collaborative for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Options (CANDO) Medical Mental Health committee.
An open, community class is starting November 8th at St. John’s Cathedral located at 1350 Washington Street, Denver, CO 80203. Classes are every Saturday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and every Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Full schedule will be available at the first class.
Join us and the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition for a lunchtime webinar to learn the basics of the Affordable Care Act implementation in Colorado and the potential impact it may have on individuals involved in the criminal justice system, including those with intellectual and developmental disabilities who make up anywhere from two to ten percent of the prison population at any given time.