Medicaid(AHCCCS) helps working moms

Angie Garcia is a single mother of three children. She works for Adelante Healthcare helping families determine if they’re eligible for assistance programs. She works full-time but can’t afford health insurance. The good new is that her children have free healthcare coverage through AHCCCS, which she describes as “a blessing.”

She uses the healthcare coverage to take her children for doctor check-ups and dentist visits. She said it makes her feel at ease to know that her children have health insurance. “It’s awesome to know that my children are insured,” she said. “I don’t have to worry about what I would do or where I would take them if they got sick.”

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