Breaking down economic, structural, and racial barriers to health care and well-being is no small job. It takes many committed individuals to make a difference.
Partnership, Collaboration, and Action
Teamwork and collective effort makes things happen. That’s why we believe in partnerships and working together. If you are interested in partnering or working with us to help advance health and economic security, we would be happy to hear from you.
Undergraduates, graduate students, and recent grads are eligible for paid HDA internships that offer dynamic, hands-on work experience with a dedicated team of health care consultants, policy analysts, and social game-changers. HDA seeks interns with skills and passion in any of these fields:
• Public Affairs and Advocacy
• Health Policy
• Macro Social Work
• Community Outreach and Organizing
• Publications and/or Digital Production
• Social Media and Community Management
• Content Management
• Data Journalism or Data Mapping
At present, we have no full-time openings, we are a small shop working in challenging times. Let us know if you are available to provide fill-in or as-needed assistance.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possibilities and opportunities.
Illinois Cannot Afford the “Solutions” the AHCA Proposes
Health & Disability Advocates strongly objects to the provisions in the American Health Care Act (AHCA). Yesterday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) provided its analysis of AHCA and its impact on people, states, and the economy. Here’s what we learned. AHCA will lead to: At least 23 million losing health coverage Higher premiums for those … Continue reading “Illinois Cannot Afford the “Solutions” the AHCA Proposes”