Project Access continues to lead with cutting edge solutions directed at increasing the quality of care for individuals and families while cost containing the very expenses connected with that care. In 2007, the Upper Northeast TN Region’s Project Access [Applachian Mountain Project Access, AMPA] opened its doors with our sole program being Specialty Care Coordination. In 2013, we added the Health Insurance Marketplace program to assist with the transitions required by the Affordable Care Act. In 2014, we added the Insurance Premium Assistance program which closes the divide between federal poverty level income and the ability to take part in health insurance coverage.
We partner equally with Patient, Provider, and Hospital Network to bring about
Meaningful Access to Healthcare Services.
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Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm
More than just an advocate for the Arts, The Arts Council of Johnson County is dedicated to the enrichment of our community through the Arts. Building a creative culture. Transforming the region into a vibrant, thriving area desirable to new businesses, new visitors, more tourists. Helping to bring the right people together to effect change.
Bridge Builder Inc. is part of the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee which was established in 1986 and has been serving people in need with an effort to end hunger for over 25 years. Their mission statement is “Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee feeds the hungry by securing donations of food from national and local manufacturers, grocers and individuals and redistributing to qualified nonprofit charities and through Food Bank programs that feed the hungry in an eight county region of Northeast Tennessee composed of Carter, Greene, hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Washington and Unicoi Counties. The Food Bank is a 501 c3 non-profit organization located in Gray, Tennessee and is a member of the Feeding America, the Nation’s largest Food Bank network”.