Building on the ACA to Address Substance Use Disorders & Mental Illness

Thanks to the ACA, 31 million people have gained health insurance, and millions of people with substance use disorders and mental illness are able to get life-saving care.

Outreach, Enrollment and the Affordable Care Act

Enrollment numbers can be severely impacted if a presidential administration is not supportive of expanding coverage.

Marking 12 Years of the ACA Improving the Lives of People with Disabilities

By expanding care and coverage, the Affordable Care Act was a milestone for communities most underserved by the health system. In particular, the ACA includes a number of provisions that improve coverage and access to care for people with disabilities...

The Affordable Care Act is Crucial to Women’s Health

For more than a decade, the ACA has helped to improve the quality of and access to health care for millions of women across the country.

Remembering Rob

It's March 3, 2022, the third anniversary of the passing of Community Catalyst's founding executive director, Rob Restuccia, a visionary advocate for health care for all and a mentor to so many over a brilliant career that spanned five decades.

Prioritizing Black Joy and Resilience in Community Engagement

It is no secret that Black people face a number of health inequities in the United States. Spanning the entire lifespan from birth to end of life, there are disparate health outcomes for Black people versus their other racial counterparts.

Addressing Access to Care in Immigrant Communities

Immigrant communities face significant challenges in a vital area: accessing health care.

How Hoosier Action is Organizing to Prepare for the End of the Public Health Emergency

This blog details several of Hoosier Action’s strategies to pressure Indiana to develop comprehensive, equitable plans for addressing the end of the public health emergency.

Addressing the Impact of Hospital Consolidation on Health Equity

Decades of market-driven hospital and health system consolidation have left too many communities across the United States without timely access to needed care as the nation continues to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic. The people most affected by hospital downsizing...
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