There are nearly 200 million adults between 19 and 64 living in the U.S. either without health insurance, or without enough health insurance. This number doesn’t factor in the millions of Americans who have lost health insurance during the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are programs that exist to support the uninsured and underinsured, access and eligibility varies.
In this issue brief, we examine the challenges faced by underinsured and uninsured adults, along with some of the resources available.
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