Upcoming Webinar: Insurance Options for Young Adult Cancer Survivors
As a young adult with a history of cancer, health insurance is *critical* — however, finding it, getting it and keeping it is a different story altogether.
What do you do when COBRA coverage runs out, or when you age out of your parents’ plan? How do you get around this whole “pre-existing condition” nonsense? Is there anyone out there who will cover someone who’s had cancer? And if there is, will they and can they charge you more for monthly premiums because of your medical history?
The SAMFund is thrilled to partner with Joanna Morales, Esq., Director of the Cancer Legal Resource Center, to address these questions and provide information and resources in our FREE upcoming Webinar!
Please join us on Thursday, September 15th at 4 pm EST for the second in our Webinar series, “Moving Forward With Your Financial Health: Insurance Options for Young Adult Cancer Survivors.”
Sign up by clicking here, and please don’t forget to fill out our pre-Webinar survey. We’ll pass your questions and input on to Joanna so that we can make this Webinar as helpful and informative as possible!
The Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC) is a national, joint program of the Disability Rights Legal Center and Loyola Law School Los Angeles. The CLRC provides free information and resources on cancer-related legal issues to cancer survivors, caregivers, health care professionals, employers, and others coping with cancer. The CLRC has a national, toll-free Telephone Assistance Line (866-THE-CLRC) where callers can receive free and confidential information about relevant laws and resources for their particular situation. Members of the CLRC’s Professional Panel of attorneys, insurance agents, and accountants can provide additional assistance.