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Kerri Karvetski
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The overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court has had a devastating impact on the ability of people seeking abortion care to be able to access the healthcare that they need. We know that 6 in 10 people who need and have had an abortion are moms. Being able to choose if we have children, and if so when and how many children to have, is a fundamental right. The stripping away of our right to bodily autonomy, and to be free and equal members of society, disproportionately affects women of color...
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Tina Sherman
By the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Do you or a family member currently have health coverage through Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) ? If so, you may soon need to take steps to find out if you can continue your coverage. Soon, states will resume Medicaid and CHIP eligibility reviews. This means some people with Medicaid or CHIP could be disenrolled from those programs. However, they may be eligible to buy a health plan through the Health Insurance...
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Felicia Burnett
You are not alone. That’s what the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) wants new parents to know. Last month, HRSA launched a 24-hour maternal mental health hotline (1-833-9-HELP4MOMS or 1-833-943-5746) which offers free and confidential access to professional counselors that provide mental health support, resources, and referrals to pregnant and postpartum mothers and their loved ones. It is a resource I wish that I’d had when I gave birth to my son 20 years ago. For months...
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Gina Arias