In the first four weeks, new applications were down both statewide and nationally, but local enrollment centers seeing a turnout higher than last year.
Issues with real estate and funding had threatened to derail the project aimed at providing health services for a historically underserved population.
Since its inception in 2012, the Spirit of Health award has recognized individuals and organizations that work to improve the overall health in their communities.
Bexar County residents seeking health insurance under Obamacare will face a shorter enrollment period and higher prices, with less sign-up support.
Several City districts, educational institutions, and other organizations are hosting their own back-to-school events during tax-free weekend.
CentroMed, the local nonprofit health care organization that focuses on serving vulnerable populations, plans to open a primary care clinic and wellness center in October 2017 that will serve one of the most underserved communities in Bexar County.