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Healthy Parents Make for Supported Kids

May 12, 2014
Did you know that the child support program serves more than 17 million children – 1 in 4 in the U.S.? Yes the child support program is about collecting money. It helps assure that children can get what they need, like clothes and school supplies, and lifts about a million people out of poverty...
Vicki Turetsky's picture

Making Mom’s Day: Health Insurance for the Family

May 12, 2014
As a mom of two young boys, I know that one of the biggest issues held near and dear to every mother’s heart is ensuring that her children and family are healthy and happy. I also know that taking care of myself and making sure I stay healthy is important for keeping the family running smoothly.
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Make Your Mom Proud: Spread the Word about Medicaid and CHIP!

May 12, 2014
Being a mom is one of life’s greatest experiences, but nobody will ever say it’s easy. Being entrusted with the health, safety, and well being of a child is the ultimate responsibility, one that no mom takes lightly. No mother wants her children to be sick and unable to get the heath care they need...
Alison Buist and Kathleen King's picture
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Connecting Kids To Coverage! A Blog Carnival On Continuing Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment

May 12, 2014
Having health coverage opens the door to better access to health care and also greater financial security for the family. Check out our blog carnival all about it!
Cindy Mann's picture

CHIP Works for Children in Alabama and Across the Country

May 12, 2014
As a pediatrician caring for more than 100 children each week in the rural community of Brewton, Alabama, I’ve seen some of my patients grow into parents themselves, bringing in their children to see me as their doctor. Throughout my 33 years practicing pediatrics here, I’ve observed many changes...
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The Strength of My Mother’s Love

May 12, 2014
There are two qualities that I admire the most about my mother: the strength of her willpower and her sense of self-value. It’s hard to describe these characteristics, they are so deeply ingrained within her core, I haven’t been able to discover their origins. In this way, my mother remains...
Chris Harley's picture

Crossing into New Territory with 25,000 Newly Covered Kids

May 12, 2014
At Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, we’ve been working for many years to ensure that all children have health coverage here in our state. Our latest report, Crossing into New Territory: Kids’ Health Coverage in 2014 , outlines the progress Arkansas has made in covering kids since 1997...
Anna Strong's picture

Getting Covered and Staying Covered

May 12, 2014
The Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) is a leader in building a healthy society in which all residents have convenient and affordable access to quality healthcare. An important part of our mission to promote, support and develop comprehensive, accessible and affordable community-based...
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Your Mother’s Day gift to you

May 12, 2014
Did you know that, even though open enrollment season for health insurance has closed, enrollment in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is open all-year round? Good news for pregnant moms This is good news for expectant moms who cannot afford coverage, since it means that...
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Connecting Families to Coverage: It’s Never Too Late to Enroll in Medicaid and CHIP

May 12, 2014
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) wants families to know that adults and children who are eligible for Medicaid and/or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) can enroll all year around. Through their “Connecting Kids to Coverage” campaign, CMS hopes to improve the lives of...
Marisol Murphy-Ballantyne's picture

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