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6/17/2015 -The Community Service Society of New York is pleased to announce that the following organizations have been selected to join the Community Health Advocates (CHA) Network through our recent Request for Proposals.
- Asian Americans For Equality
- Brooklyn Alliance
- Cortland Chamber of Commerce
- Westchester Department of Health
- Healthy Capital District Initiative
- Morris Heights Health Center
6/16/2015 -The award announcement for the CHA RFP has been postponed. We will post the list of awardees on this site on Wednesday, June 17 2015.
5/22/2015 -Please click here for a copy of the CHA RFP Q&A.
5/11/2015 - The Community Service Society of New York is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity through this Request For Proposals, which invites non-profit organizations throughout New York State to apply for grants to participate in the Community Health Advocates Network (CHA). Please click here for a copy of the RFP.
4/20/2015 - The Community Service Society of New York is pleased to announce that Legal Services of the Hudson Valley has been selected to join the Independent Consumer Advocacy Network (ICAN) through our recent Request for Proposals. The award is subject to submitting full required documentation by April 31, 2015, and to final approval and discretion of CSS. Thank you to all who applied for your interest and participation in the process.
3/31/2015 -Please click here for a copy of the ICAN RFP FAQ.
3/23/2015 - The Community Service Society of New York is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity through this Request For Proposals (RFP), which invites non-profit organizations to apply for grants to participate in the Independent Consumer Advocacy Network (ICAN). This RFP is directed at organizations that serve consumers in the following New York State Counties: Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan, and Ulster. For a copy of the RFP, please click here.
GET COVERED CAMPAIGN
The New York City health department is running television ads throughout April to remind New Yorkers that there is a special enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. The city is spending $600,000 on the month-long campaign, which tells New Yorkers that the special enrollment period runs through the end of the month. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/1y2tXUf
Facts and Figures
CHA cases since November 2010 and counting
New Yorkers educated about their health care rights and health insurance options
Counties in which CHA has provided services
Languages in which CHA has provided services