I didn’t have medical insurance throughout college

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Right after I turned the age of the cutoff limit that takes youths off their parent’s plan I lost my medical insurance. I was in college working on my associate’s degree ready to start my bachelor's degree and my parents advised me not to work yet but to focus on school. Many people told me to find Medicaid with my school program but I searched everywhere and my school didn’t cover it.

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I’m just a writer with a story. I enjoy art, photography, psychology, and travel. You can follow my creative journey at thecreativejourney.substack.com

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