Older Americans Month is Here – Aging Unbound!
Established in 1963, Older Americans Month (OAM) is celebrated every May. Led by the Administration for Community Living (ACL), OAM is a time for us to acknowledge the contributions and […]
Welcome to CHA’s New Executive Director, Catherina Isidro!
Please join us in providing a warm welcome to California Health Advocates’ new Executive Director, Catherina Isidro! We are thrilled to have her on board. She brings over 20 years […]
#GivingTuesday ~ A Global Day to Give & Spread Goodness!
How do you feel when surprising a friend with a beautiful bouquet of flowers? Or when posting a sweet note for your partner on the mirror? Or unexpectedly surprising your […]
Looking for Creative Ways to Honor Your Volunteers During COVID-19?
Do you work with volunteers? If so, are you looking for creative ways to recognize and honor your volunteers during COVID-19? Our partners at Kings/Tulare HICAP (Health Insurance Counseling and […]
Join the Global Generosity Movement ~ Feel Good, Do Good & Spread Goodness & Smiles
Any act of giving and kindness, no matter how small or large, creates a ripple of goodness and spreads generosity around our planet. Planting trees, opening a door for someone […]
Interested in Working with HICAP? HICAP Volunteer Coordinator Position is Open in Alameda County
Interested in fulfilling work, working with dedicated and passionate staff and volunteers helping people understand and navigate Medicare? If so, this Volunteer Coordinator position at the Alameda County Health Insurance […]
CHA Honors Bonnie Burns for Over 20 Years of Dedicated Work & Advocacy
California Health Advocates is deeply grateful for Bonnie Burns, our Training & Policy Specialist, and her many contributions to consumers state and nationwide. Among many things, her decades of advocacy […]
Call for CHA Board Members
California Health Advocates (CHA) is seeking nominations for our Board of Directors. You may find serving on our Board of Directors a very rewarding experience. Interested? Read on…
CHA Joins over 50 Organizations Opposed to Congressional Tax Plan
CHA joined over 50 organizations concerned about access to affordable, high-quality health care and long-term services and supports for older adults, people with disabilities, and their families, sent letters to […]
Explaining Cuts to Medicare by Bonnie Burns, Guest Contributor
No, cuts to Medicare are not actually required in the proposed tax bill. However, previously Congress passed legislation known as PAYGO. This legislation requires automatic across the board spending cuts […]