Hello!

Hello, all you wonderful people who are just coming by for the first time to say Hi, and to those who’ve been a part of things for a while now.

I, Alisa, recently moved, and between the chaos of boxes and the temporary lack of internet access at my new place, have let my poor webpage by the wayside.

For anyone who’s interested in new events, for the time being check out our Facebook Page¬†and our Meetup Group. If you have questions or are interested in helping this page stay updated, please email me at accessmobpittsburgh@gmail.com. If you have a secret in with FIOS and can get them to come install everything sooner than February 13, I will name my firstborn fish after you.

ACA Phone Bank Documents

I’ve spoken to several people in the last week about the ACA Phone Bank that’s happening tomorrow. While I’m long overdue for a proper post (I just moved and have no internet access at home yet), I did want to put up a link to my Dropbox where I’ve got all of the documents for tomorrow, both for those who want to participate from home and for people who are coming and would like to view/print their own materials in advance.

If you have any questions, please email me at accessmobpittsburgh@gmail.com.

Affordable Care Act Phone Bank

[Poster: A teal-fading-to-black background. Text reads: "Access Mob Pittsburgh invites you to our Affordable Care Act Phone Bank - Monday, January 30 - 5-9:30 PM - Do you or someone you love have a disability? Join us as we call our legislators to explain the unique needs our community and how important the Affordable Care Act is to us. We will also be making recording for the #IWillDie campaign for anyone who's interested - Panera Bread - 3401 Blvd. of the Allies - Pittsburgh, PA 15213." On the bottom left is the Access Mob Pittsburgh logo (on white, a black outline of Pittsburgh's three rivers. Imposed within is the handicap symbol. On the left is written Access Mob Pittsburgh). On the bottom right is the #IWillDie campaign logo (on white, a blue bar with three white stars over four red lines. The second red line zigs up and down to imply a heartbeat on a cardiograph. In black on the bottom is written #IWILLDIE).]

[Poster: A teal-fading-to-black background. Text reads: “Access Mob Pittsburgh invites you to our Affordable Care Act Phone Bank – Monday, January 30 – 5-9:30 PM – Do you or someone you love have a disability? Join us as we call our legislators to explain the unique needs our community and how important the Affordable Care Act is to us. We will also be making recording for the #IWillDie campaign for anyone who’s interested – Panera Bread – 3401 Blvd. of the Allies – Pittsburgh, PA 15213.” On the bottom left is the Access Mob Pittsburgh logo (on white, a black outline of Pittsburgh’s three rivers. Imposed within is the handicap symbol. On the left is written Access Mob Pittsburgh). On the bottom right is the #IWillDie campaign logo (on white, a blue bar with three white stars over four red lines. The second red line zigs up and down to imply a heartbeat on a cardiograph. In black on the bottom is written #IWILLDIE).]