The Actors Fund Affordable Housing Seminar / The Insurance Doctor Is In
June 16 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Affordable Housing Seminar
Did you know that New York City is planning to build or preserve 300,000 units of affordable housing by 2026? This two-hour seminar for performing-arts and entertainment professionals provides an overview of government-subsidized housing in New York City, which is available for both low- and middle-income households. Complex information is broken down into simple, straightforward steps. While the applicant pool for these affordable units is highly competitive, this seminar will help you avoid common mistakes and get organized and prepared to apply. The following questions will be addressed:
How do you find and apply for affordable housing?
What are the eligibility requirements? (Income, household size, credit, housing history, etc.)
How does a housing lottery work?
Can you get on a waiting list?
How do you document your income if it fluctuates year to year?
How can you best prepare yourself for an interview?
What are your options if you are denied?
The Insurance Doctor Is In
Our insurance expert will answer your questions during a one-on-one consultation. Vincent Musolino, Health Benefits Specialist at the Artists Health Insurance Resource Center, is an unbiased Navigator with the NY State of Health Marketplace and has over 12 years of medical billing and insurance experience.
Questions about a health insurance bill?
Don’t understand your insurance and can’t get a straight answer?
Need some advice on how to negotiate medical debt?
Consultations are about 20 minutes and by appointment only.
Please RSVP to email@example.com with Subject: Insurance Doctor Is In
Also, bring any documents in question (bills, explanations of benefits, your insurance policy)!