If you have Medicare, or care for someone who has Medicare, we have important news for you!
Please read below to learn more about the new Medicare Cards, and also to save the date for CCHCC’s upcoming Medicare Open Enrollment Community Meeting.
Keep an eye out for your new Medicare card, and learn what to do once you get it!
June 14, 2018
CCHCC is launching our Medicare Education, Enrollment, and Advocacy Project, and we hope you will help support this effort.
Medicare is complicated. There are many parts, and there are many options for additional coverage. And there are more expenses that go with Medicare than most people realize.
Many people who are turning 65 and signing up for Medicare Parts A and B are surprised to learn that Part A has a hospital deductible, and Part B has a monthly premium. For too many individuals, facing the monthly Premium of Part B at the very same time that they are going on to the fixed income of their Social Security retirement benefits, the cost of Part B is just too much and some elect to forego Part B coverage. And without Part B coverage, they cannot get Part D prescription drug coverage.
Medicare is complicated, but CCHCC’s knowledgeable and experienced Community Health Workers are here to help our community members navigate the Medicare system!
Browse our new website and let us know what you think. We are still updating content. A lot to move after 10 years of the same website. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCHCC welcomes our Spring 2018 interns.
(l-r) Katherine Kezon, Evelyn, Zapeda, Janell Ross, and Jacob Pike.