Join the Movement Today

Join the movement to make healthcare a human right by becoming a Healthcare-NOW! member today!

Members receive:

  • a Healthcare-NOW! t-shirt.
  • invites to monthly national single-payer activist conference call.
  • access to updated single-payer resources and materials.
  • invites to leadership training sessions.
  • discounted Healthcare-NOW! National Strategy Conference registration.

We must continue to fight for a single-payer, universal healthcare system even as we reach the first anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. The ACA will leave millions uninsured, fail to control rising healthcare costs, continue to bankrupt our families and our communities, and leave greedy private insurance companies in control of our healthcare.

Become part of the movement to bring real change to our healthcare system.

Individuals can join Healthcare-NOW! for a suggested $40 a year contribution.

Find all the details about our membership system here.

With your support, we can make the movement for improved Medicare for all stronger. Please join us today.

Have questions? Email or call 800-453-1305.


  1. Karen on April 3, 2011 at 6:50 am

    I was intentionally injured, and physically & harmed with irreversible conditions that cannot be fixed. The individuals that caused the harm were not held accountable. I have to suffer daily because of what was unlawfully & hatefully allowed to be committed. I’ve tried to rise above all harm. Without a way to support yourself, being denied medical care, not to mention correct care, quality, and in time care has caused other medical conditions to onset and taken my living away. This has devastated my life. Always being denied for care & help for pre-existing conditions, and even when I did have employment that allowed insurance, I was still denied for the care that was needed for pre-existing conditions. There is an entity that should be helping, but has miserably failed due to corruption, greed, power trips, malpractice, and being understaffed. I was working, being responsible and putting back into our society. Instead of helping, they are keeping from getting the service that should be due, paying others to downgrade and to prevent the care & service that is needed, exploiting the sufferings for job security for certain few, and causing such harm until the person life is oppressive, dies, and or commits suicide. These actions were caused intentionally and deny medical along with not being able to have any type of medical because of the excessive cost of insurance, medications, and cost of health care.