President Barack Obama will travel to Dallas Wednesday to thank local volunteers helping enroll Americans in insurance plans as part of the troubled new health care law.
Obama will visit Temple Emanu-El to join canvassers and navigators working with Dallas Area Interfaith.
"Grassroots-style outreach and education events are one of the key ways the administration, state and local officials, and outside organizations are working to inform Americans about the new health care options available to them under the Affordable Care Act," according to a White House official.
In recent weeks, as work to fix healthcare.gov continues, administration officials are increasing efforts to educate consumers about other ways they can sign up for insurance.
Obama's is part of a series of trips administration officials are taking to the 10 cities with the highest rates of uninsured residents that participate in the federal marketplace.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan will head to Tampa Friday and Labor Secretary Thomas Perez will travel to Orlando Nov. 14.
Other officials have been to San Antonio, Detroit and Atlanta.
Additional events have yet to be announced.