Making Health Happen:
Stories About Car(e)ing
The Primary Care Coalition and Story District are joining forces to premier a live show on
Thursday, April 18, 2019 at the Black Box Theater in Downtown Silver Spring, MD.
The world can be a scary place, especially when you are poor and have no health insurance. But an intrepid network of providers work to make it less scary (and more healthy) every day. Rediscover your faith in humanity with live, true stories about making health happen in our own community. Storytellers come from the Primary Care Coalition’s network of staff, health care providers, and – most importantly – patients.
The best part? You’re supporting health care too, just by buying a ticket. Event proceeds will support PCC's Project Access program which provides specialty care for low-income, uninsured patients.
Doors open: 7pm
Program begins at 7:30pm. The show is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
Produced by the Primary Care Coalition (PCC), which has spent 25 years building partnerships across organizations, sectors, and service providers to create a comprehensive, coordinated system of care. Because no matter who you are or how much you make, health care shouldn’t be a matter of luck. It should be a matter of fact.
Story District are the experts in turning good stories into great performances and have been teaching and producing the art of storytelling since 1997. Story District's mission is to train and showcase storytelling talent in the Washington, DC, area and to be an exemplar of transformative autobiographical story performance as a way to enrich an understanding of the self and the world, build community, promote compassion and highlight our shared humanity.
Thank You to Our Sponsors:
For questions, contact info@PrimaryCareCoalition.org.