CALL CONGRESS TODAY to help save Medicaid!

Today is the National Call-In Day for Medicaid.

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Join the National Council for Behavioral Health for TODAY'S NATIONAL CALL-IN DAY to protect Medicaid expansion. Members of Congress need to hear from you how Medicaid expansion is critical to helping people experiencing homelessness receive coverage and care.
  2. Fill out the form and follow the instructions.
  3. Fill in the feedback form on the last page to let us know how the call went.
  4. Tweet at your members of Congress using #ACAWorks and #ProtectOurCare after you've made  your calls.
  5. Share this action alert, our page and the National Council for Behavioral Health's page with with colleagues in the homeless assistance field and others, letting them know that TODAY is a national call-in day.

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As a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the number of people eligible for Medicaid increased, known as Medicaid expansion. Medicaid Expansion is not mandatory since the Supreme Court ruled that states are not required to expand their Medicaid coverage. However. most states have expanded their coverage. As a result, 11 million people have gained coverage in expansion states. Our partners at Health Care for the Homeless found that homeless patients are nearly five times more likely to have gained insurance since 2013 if they live in a state that has expanded Medicaid.

Repeal of the ACA is a repeal of Medicaid expansion.

If this happens, the most vulnerable people will be disproportionately impacted including many people experiencing homelessness who will lose their healthcare coverage. It's up to us to protect the care of people experiencing homelessness.

Call your members of Congress TODAY and ask them to not to repeal the Medicaid expansion!