Myths vs. Facts: Health Care Coverage and Medical Assistance
Mentiras y Verdades: Atención Médica y Asistencia Pública
Tuesday, August 29, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
East Washington Library, 2822 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46201 (Map)
IndyGo Route 8 Stop: Washington & Rural
ASPIN and other social service providers will bust myths and reveal facts about what options you and your children have for health care coverage, food assistance (SNAP), and other public assistance. Emergency Medicaid and Health Advantage Discount Program will also be explained. This presentation is for immigrants (regardless of legal status) and is FREE and open to the public. Please register by calling 317-808-2326 or emailing email@example.com.
More information on this workshop:
This program is a part of the Immigrant Welcome Center’s Reuben Educational Series.
The Reuben Educational Series offer programs and workshops that cover helpful topics for immigrants. The Reuben sessions are free monthly programs that are open to the public, and interpreters are available. Immigrants, those who work with immigrant populations or who have an interest in immigrant-related topics are welcome to attend.
The series is a legacy of Sara I. Reuben, an immigrant from Belarus, and Albert G. Reuben, a first-generation American whose family also came from Eastern Europe. Longtime Indianapolis residents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben were an example of how immigrants truly enrich and give back to the community.