It’s Time to Bring Health Reform Home


“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” 
– Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  
As people of faith, we believe that quality, affordable health care is a right endowed to all human beings.
Beginning October 1, 2013, hundreds of thousands of uninsured people in Missouri and Kansas gained the opportunity to enroll in affordable health insurance plans thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Meanwhile, regular people are still struggling to gain access to critical health services because the Missouri and Kansas legislatures refused to expand Medicaid. We are called to care for the least of these among us, and will not stop until all people have access to quality and affordable health insurance.
People of all faiths share common hopes: being able to afford a doctor when they are sick, a health care provider that puts people first, and the opportunity to live long, healthy lives. This hope cannot  be realized without the unwavering commitment and guidance of communities of faith. Please join us.
We are building teams of faith-based grassroots leaders who can engage in door-to-door canvassing in targeted neighborhoods near their congregations and within their communities. If you would like to volunteer to be a part of this movement, please let us know by clicking here:
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Upcoming opportunities:
Saturday, October 19 – 10am-2pm at 2400 Troost, Suite 4600  
Saturday, October 25 -10am-2pm at 2400 Troost, Suite 4600
For more information, contact Kathryn Evans at 816-866-5358 or
Thanks for all you do,Kathryn, Deth, Alice, and the rest of the CCO team


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