Here in Pueblo, more than 40 percent of people are on Medicaid. But, we know that our health care system doesn’t work for everyone the same way.
Access to Care
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In college, I had a job as a health screener and we were hired by a prison. For most of us, it was our first window into the criminal justice system.
The resources to pay for a dental visit aren’t available to everyone. And oral health inequities don’t just show up in kids, they affect all ages.
When I was uninsured and living in rural Colorado, I relied on Planned Parenthood for affordable, quality, non-judgmental reproductive health care.
The government is currently planning to change “public charge” rules in a way that will affect access to public programs for both citizens and immigrants.