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Health Care Stories for Change

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Share Your Health Care Story

Florida Voices for Health, through our story banker, will reach out to learn more about your story and do our best to connect you to helpful resources. Let us know the best times to reach you!

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If you've recently lost work and/or your health insurance, you aren't alone. Share your story with us and we'll help find local resources.


Right now, it’s more important than ever to come forward and share your experiences.

By telling us your story, you help speak for people who may be facing issues just like yours. You have the opportunity to help change the future for millions of Floridians.

How does it work?

Submit your story using the form below. After you submit your story, a member of our staff may contact you to learn more about your situation and to ensure that Florida Voices for Health understands your story in detail.

Florida Voices for Health will match participants with opportunities to share their stories publicly. Opportunities may include: requests from the media, policymakers, and advocates; use in our online efforts; and use in our policy briefs.

We will always ask your permission before we release any contact information or highlight your story, and you can always opt out of any opportunity.

By submitting your story you agree to our consent and release guidelines.

Not sure what to write?

It's not always easy to write down personal accounts of deeply personal experiences. Here are some questions to help guide you.

  • How long were you/have you been uninsured?

  • Did you delay medical care, rely on charity care/clinics or the ER?

  • Do you or they have unpaid medical bills as a result? Did you/they have to make other lifestyle changes to help cover the cost of medical care?

  • What type of coverage did you receive? (Medicaid/CHIP/ACA)

  • Did you or a family member have a chronic health condition or health needs? How are you or someone else impacted? (Does this require routine doctor’s visits, expensive medications, etc.)

  • What do you feel are the benefits of receiving health coverage?

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