Now that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, are there any provisions in it that help survivors like us get affordable treatment, counseling and care?
In my experience and the experiences of others I've read about on these forums, the care we desperately need as survivors is often expensive and out-of-reach for those of us on the margins.
Talk therapy is expensive, and survivors need talk therapy from qualified professionals.
The "free" care offered by the state-run facility in my small town in Kentucky fails to begin to be sufficient to my needs as a survivor.
Therefore, are there any provisions in the ACA that makes access to survivor care easier or more affordable?
If not, is there any organized lobbying efforts underway by MS or other advocacy groups to make our health care needs known to policy makers?
But he grew old, this knight so bold / And upon his heart a shadow / Fell as he found no spot on the ground / That looked like El Dorado.