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Public library to host Affordable Care Act enrollment session

With the emerging enrollment deadline for the Affordable Care Act, the main branch of the Grand Rapids Public library is partnering with Cherry Street Health Services to answer questions and help people enroll for health care coverage.
The library provides resources such as computer use and community classes.

The library provides resources such as computer use and community classes. /Julie Tabberer

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The Grand Rapids Public Library will seek to provide clarification of the health care enrollment process for the Affordable Care Act Monday, March 10 with its “Affordable Care Act Enrollment Session." The event runs from 6 -8 p.m. at its main branch location (111 Library Street NE). The deadline for open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act is March 31.

The library is partnering with Cherry Street Health Services, who will have Certified Application Specialists there to answer questions and help people enroll. Attendees will people able to use the library's computers to complete the application and enrollment process.

“This is a resource the library likes to provide for the public. We do a lot of these events to help people become aware of the opportunities that are available to them. What we do is help people get the skills and information they need.” says library Marketing & Communications Manager, Kristen Krueger-Corrado.

The event is a free, drop-in event. Attendees do not need to bring anything with them. For more imformation about the event, people interested can call the library or visit their website.

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