Press Releases

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February 26, 2018

The Atlantic Terminal Tenants’ Association and Amida Care Host Black History Month Event in Brooklyn with Support from NYC Council Majority Leader Laurie Cumbo

On February 24, Amida Care, a not-for-profit New York community health plan, co-sponsored the fourth annual Black History Month Event organized by the Atlantic Terminal Tenants’ Association.

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February 22, 2018

Amida Care Condemns Trump Administration’s FY2019 Budget Proposal That Would Undermine Access to Health Care

President Trump’s executive budget proposal will not make America great—it will make America poorer and sicker. Access to quality and affordable health care is already a challenge for far too many individuals in this country.

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February 12, 2018

Amida Care Commends Congress for Passing Budget with Funding for Community Health Centers and Other Health-Related Priorities

We congratulate members of Congress for passing this budget agreement that helps to provide essential care for nearly 27 million Americans, including 2 million New Yorkers, who otherwise could not afford care. However, we are concerned that the appropriation doesn’t go far enough.

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January 24, 2018

NYS Budget Expands State-wide Housing Access for People Living with HIV, But More Is Needed to Meet Ending the Epidemic Goals and Produce Long-Term Cost Savings

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive budget takes a step forward in expanding housing support for people living with HIV outside of New York City.  For the first time, enhanced rental assistance and a 30 percent rent cap for people living with HIV across New York State were included in the executive budget.

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January 22, 2018

Amida Care, Advocates Descend on Albany to Demand More Support for New Yorkers Living with HIV/AIDS

Amida Care, New York’s largest not-for-profit Medicaid Special Needs Health Plan (SNP), joined forces with over 60 other organizations from across New York State today in Albany to advocate for more support for New Yorkers who live with, or are at high-risk of contracting, HIV/AIDS.

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