Join our live event: The ACA, LGBTQs and navigating open enrollment

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Have questions about your options with the Affordable Care Act and Join us Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. for a discussion with experts who have years of experience navigating people through open enrollment. 

The virtual event – presented by Project Q Atlanta and AbsoluteCare Medical Center & Pharmacy – will explore the complexities of the Affordable Care Act, unpack how to find the best health insurance for you on and its deadlines, and explain how the ever-shifting rules impact LGBTQ people.

Guests include Amir Jones, a certified application counselor, and Angel Robinson, a social worker. They are on the frontlines of helping LGBTQ people and others navigate open enrollment. 

Register now for the event on Tuesday, Dec. 1, and to let us know what questions you have for our panel.

Can’t make the event ? Go ahead and RSVP. A recording of the conversation will be available later for all registrants. 

About our speakers

Amir Jones is a certified application counselor who has helped people navigate and open enrollment since its inception in 2013. They’ve been an advocate of initiatives that bolster the health and well-being of people and helping them find a path to wellness.

Angel Robinson is a licensed master social worker who has been with AbsoluteCare for three years. 

Host Matt Hennie is the founder of Project Q Atlanta, a media outlet covering LGBTQ issues since 2008. He has worked in local journalism for more than 25 years.


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