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Connecting Families to a Healthy Future

By Mindy Riesenberg – August 15, 2016

Karlene Keogh was a single mother with no job, no insurance and less than $100 in her pocket when she returned to Phoenix after 10 years in Germany. To top it off, her young daughter had asthma and needed medical care. With help from a few close friends and family, as well as her own personal drive and perseverance, Keogh was able to rebuild her life and become self-sufficient. But the memories of…
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Maricopa County jails, nonprofits collaborate to offer inmates healthcare – April 19, 2016, Cronkite News Coverage

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County partners with state, nonprofits to help inmates get health care before release – March 27th, 2016, Peoria Independent

Maricopa County program allows inmates to leave jail with healthcare – March 26th, 2016, Your West

Marketplace Open Enrollment FIVE (OE5) is only SIX weeks this year from
November 1, 2017 ~
December 15, 2017

Keogh Navigators are ready to help you and we will also be open every Saturday during this time.
To make an appointment please call (602) 266-0397 or you can schedule an appointment on The Covered Connector at