The Consejo de Latinos Unidos (CDLU) secures medical care to individuals who are not healthy or wealthy enough for insurance or Obamacare.
CDLU: A WORLD RECOGNIZED PUBLIC CHARITY
The Wall Street Journal declared CDLU's successful efforts against overcharging hospitals "a big win."
The Washington Post called the CDLU "the lead agitator" against aggressive collectors.
El Nuevo Dia praised the CDLU as "Heroes of Our Time" for CDLU's Medical Aid Program.
People Magazine highlighted how the CDLU "deployed all the hardball tactics" to help the poor.
EDUCATING, DEFENDING, AND ASSISTING THE WORKING POOR AND MIDDLE CLASS
The CDLU is a nonprofit organization and public charity, and a leading consumer advocacy group. Founded in 2001, the CDLU’s has been a leader in educating, defending, and assisting the public from abuses by irresponsible businesses and inept government agencies.
Our main mission is to help provide emergency and urgent medical care and support for those individuals who are too sick or too young, and have no where to turn to. These people are not healthy enough or wealthy enough to qualify for insurance or Obamacare.
- The CDLU has provided or arranged over $10 million in medical aid and have helped over 1,000 families from the United States and abroad.
- Over 400 news articles have been written about the CDLU's work, including articles in the Los Angeles Times, the Denver Post, USA Today, the Miami Herald, and the Washington Post. Likewise, over 500 television reports have been broadcasted about CDLU's advocacy work on all major U.S. networks including CNN, FOX News Channel, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, and Univision.
- CBS’ 60 Minutes profiled CDLU's work on behalf of uninsured patients seeking reasonably priced healthcare.
- The CDLU has published ten investigative reports on hospital price gouging, pharmaceutical company abuses, religious intolerance, and police abuse. The CDLU has also investigated environmental pollution, employment abuses, and home mortgage fraud.
- The investigative reports and efforts of CDLU have provoked several U.S. congressional probes including hearings by the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee and the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.
- Staff of the CDLU have been interviewed by numerous leading media outlets and testified or provided documentation to several governmental bodies and agencies including the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, the California Legislature, the Pennsylvania Civil Rights Enforcement Division, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Chicago City Council, and the Florida Legislature.
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