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    Enrollment

  1. Voter Registration Toolkit for Behavioral Health Clinics and Non-profits

    Over the years, community mental health and addiction treatment centers have proven their strength and ability to shape political outcomes. Most recently, mental health and addiction issues proved to be very important as Congress debated health care reform in 2017. Throughout that yearlong process, it was evident: lawmakers value your...
  2. Affordable Care Act: What Native Youth Need To Know Toolkit

    With the passing the Affordable Care Act, American Indian and Alaska Native individuals (AI/AN) received unprecedented access health care systems. Special benefits and protections specifically codified for improved access to quality healthcare systems were put in place for AI/AN’s. The National Indian Health Board works daily with a variety of...
  3. Affordable Care Act Enrollment Assistance for the LGBT Community

    This toolkit is designed to increase provider awareness of issues that particularly affect the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) population, provide information on key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, provide information specific to enrollment for LGBT communities, and offer resources to support LGBT individuals who have questions or are ready to...
  4. Health Insurance Enrollment Glossary in 12 Asian and Pacific Islander Languages

    In response to the need for a more accessible, translated glossary of health insurance-related terms, Action for Health Justice (AHJ) created this glossary of health insurance enrollment terms in English and the following 12 Asian and Pacific Islander languages: Burmese Chinese (Traditional) Chuukese Hindi Hmong Khmer Korean Laotian Marshallese Tagalog...
  5. Medicaid to 26 Health Coverage for Youth Who Were in Foster Care

    Under the Affordable Care Act, young people who have aged-out of foster care are now allowed to use Medicaid until they turn 26. How does one get enrolled? The Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy (SCAA) released new materials for both individual enrollees and providers to help explain the Medicaid...
  6. Critical Case Tracking Committee: Reporting and Tracking System to Identify At-Risk Individuals

    NNEDLearn 2014 Participant: Mental Health Providers of Western Queens Description: The Critical Case Tracking Committee (CCTC) is a multi-level reporting and tracking system designed to identify at-risk and high need recipients and to provide guidance and support in their treatment and care. Specific CCTC functions include: Provide clinical consultations and suggest relevant therapeutic interventions...
  7. Improving the Road to ACA Coverage: Lessons Learned on Outreach, Education, and Enrollment for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities

    The opening of the health insurance exchanges and the expansion of the Medicaid programs under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) provided opportunities for millions of Americans to gain health insurance coverage. Still, many Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AAs and NHPIs) faced major barriers and...
  8. Hispanics and Family-Strengthening Programs: Cultural Strategies to Enhance Program Participation

    This brief, using qualitative data collected during the Hispanic Healthy Marriage Initiative Grantee Implementation Evaluation, describes the adaptations and refinements undertaken by study sites to make their services more culturally responsive to address the backgrounds and life circumstances of people of different cultural, racial, ethnic, or socio-economic backgrounds. The adaptations...