Why do we need stories?

Your story is powerful! Stories help to put a human face to health care issues in Georgia. When you share your story, you help others understand the issue, its impact on Georgia, and its importance. Your health care story is so valuable because the reader may be your neighbor, friend, someone in your congregation, or your legislator. It may inspire others to share their stories or to become advocates.

What happens when you share your story?

Your story will stay private unless you agree to share it. When you fill out this form, someone from Georgians for a Healthy Future will contact you. We will verify your story and discuss your story sharing options—social media, meeting with your legislator, talking to a local reporter, writing a letter to the editor, and more. You can choose how you would like your story used.

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Share Your Story
Dequnshe Cousin

Dequnshe is a working mother of three children, but her employer doesn’t offer coverage and she doesn’t make enough to qualify for financial help in the Marketplace. “I’m working for a living, but unfortunately I don’t qualify for health care coverage.”

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Michele Rimanelli

“This saves me a lot of money and now I have a more flexible plan than last year.” GHF’s enrollment assister helped Michele re-enroll in Marketplace coverage for 2016. He chose a new plan and identified local primary care providers that were in his coverage network.

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Bharat and Shakuntala

Bharat and his wife Shakuntala are asylum seekers originally from Nepal. GHF assisted the couple and their children through the enrollment process. The family received $829 in tax credits and has a silver plan with $56.05 monthly premium and "0" deductible. GHF also connected the family to a refugee and asylum service organization and helped set up their daughter's Medicaid application appointment.