1 in 4 young adults don’t have health care. That’s not okay with us. We bet it’s not okay with you, either.
On February 15th, Young Invincibles, Enroll America and lots of other organizations will be participating in National Youth Enrollment Day – a huge day of action to educate young adults on the importance of having health insurance. We also want to inform millennials about new health care options through the health insurance marketplaces! Want to help us get more young adults covered? It’s easy!
1. Sign up! Commit to helping young America get covered!
2. Act up! Once you sign up, you’ll be a directed to a page to give you ideas on what to do on February 15th – you could host an event, or attend one in your area!
3. Tell people what’s up! Use social media to get the word out to your networks! Here are some graphics we put together that are fun and easy to share. Simply click them and share them from Facebook, or Tweet them out to your Tweeps! Make sure you use #getcovered when doing so, too! You can find credits for the photos at the bottom of this page.
Over 19 million Americans ages 18-34 do not have health coverage, and are at risk of going without necessary health services and facing massive medical bills. Now, Americans have access to a brand new way to purchase more affordable coverage. Can we count on you to help us get the word out to young adults about their new options for coverage? In addition to liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter, we have several fun, easy ways to reach out to young folks online! Thank you for helping Young America #GetCovered!
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