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Young Invincibles, And Top Health Advocates To Host Valentine’s Day-Themed Health Care Sign-Up Events During Final Stretch of Open Enrollment


Februrary 12, 2015



Sarah Lovenheim, sarah.lovenheim@younginvincibles.org585.746.8281


[WASHINGTON] – On Saturday, February 14, 2015, Young Invincibles and top health care advocates working across the state, will help host a health care enrollment event to drive Millennial sign-ups during the final week of Open Enrollment. The event comes on the heels of new enrollment data released by HHS that includes state-by-state demographic breakdowns, and ahead of the final deadline to get covered this season: February 15.

Individuals who forgo health insurance may have to pay a penalty of $325 or 2% of income, whichever is higher. Since young adults end up in the emergency room more than any other age group (except the elderly), this health care fair presents — for many Millennials in the area — a final opportunity sign up for low-cost insurance with in-person assistance before the season ends. Most Millennials are eligible for tax discounts.


Saturday, February 14 & Sunday, February 15

WHAT: Health Care Fairs With Valentine’s Day Theme

LOCATION/TIME: Joe Celestin Center (1525 NW 135 Street, North Miami, FL 33167), from 10 a.m.-3 p.m


About Young Invincibles

Young Invincibles is a national non-profit Millennial research and advocacy group, with offices across the country. The organization is non-partisan and works to advance economic opportunity for young adults, aged 18 to 34, on issues ranging from access to health care to unemployment.


Please be in touch if you would like to speak with a policy or organizing expert ahead of events this weekend.