Category Archives: Health Care Reform

More Young Adults Seeking Mental Health Care

In a blog post on, Zawn Villines writes more young adults are seeking mental health care after the Affordable Care Act. Specifically,  “prior to the advent of Obamacare, 31% of these young adults had sought mental health care. After the law went into effect, the number increased slightly, to 33%. Although the increase is small, 26- to 35-year-olds actually saw a downturn in access to mental health care during the same time period, suggesting that the slight percentage bump is a significant one. “

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Guide to Disability for Healthcare Insurance Marketplace Navigators

Navigators and other enrollment specialists can use this guide to learn the unique considerations people with disabilities face as they shop for healthcare coverage. For example, someone with a mental health condition or cognitive impairment may have difficulty concentrating or following detailed instructions.