Many Boomers still believe that Stuff= Status+Security. More
stuff came in through the door than went out. Come Wednesday, March 27 our
panel of Specialists will show you how to streamline, scale back or downsize
your life. By exploring the materialistic Desire to Acquire, our presenters
swill take a therapeutic approach to overcoming our fear of letting go. We will
Tidy Up our living environments and minds to clarify life goals and strive to
maintain that elusive peace of mind we all seek.
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Carla Madison Recreation Center, 2401 E. Colfax Ave., Denve, Co 80206
Info: Shannon Randall, srandall@BoomersLeadingChange.org
Although most Coloradans now have health insurance coverage, many still struggle with high insurance premiums and unaffordable out-of-pocket costs.
CCHI launched the Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) to address the rise in the number of consumers who are facing unfair or unexpected medical bills or who have been sent to collections by a healthcare provider or carrier.
BLC and CCHI are looking for people to fill these new volunteer opportunities where you can play a critical role helping Coloradans achieve financial stability by empowering consumers as they navigate the often frustrating world of health care billing and claims This position, called the Health Insurance Consumer Assistance Volunteer, requires a 6-month commitment with an option to extend, working one or more 4-hour shifts per week.
If you’re as excited about this new position as we are, please contact Shannon Randall at Boomers Leading Change at: