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October 2019 Newsletter – IN-CAA

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IN-CAA Newsletter – October 2019

Working toward equal pay

A series of five policy briefs released by the Indiana Institute for Working Families this month details policy strategies to build a thriving and inclusive workforce.  Learn why they're imperative for Indiana lawmakers to consider – read the article.

Pace announces grand opening of fourth Health Connection Clinic

The clinic will provide confidential, comprehensive family-planning services on a sliding-fee scale. Learn more about the clinic, its services and its staff – read the article.

Kosciusko County residents now have better access to healthcare

More than $40,000 in new funding is allowing Brightpoint to help consumers review their options and guide them through the sign-up process. Find out how it helps Brightpoint in the process – read the article.

TRI-CAP offers mobile mammography event

By bringing mobile mammography services to its clients, TRI-CAP is helping its clients find breast cancer when it’s most treatable.  Find out how TRI-CAP is using the event to help clients long-term, as well – read the article.

Navigators available to help clients with healthcare Marketplace open enrollment

Open enrollment for the federal healthcare Marketplace begins tomorrow. Navigators at several Community Action Agencies are helping families secure insurance coverage – read the article.

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