Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalition

The Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalitionaims to accelerate prevention and improve the diagnosis, treatment, and long-term management of childhood asthma through targeted state and federal efforts.  

Defending Health Care in 2018

Learn how to get involved in the campaign to prevent the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and protect the gains we've made in health coverage and care.

Health Action Conference

Working together, we are stronger. That’s why Families USA brings together community leaders from across the nation each year to improve the lives of America’s families. In 2019 we will meet for the 24th annual Health Action Conference on January 24-26, in Washington, D.C. at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.

Medicaid Coalition

Families USA is the founder and convener of the Medicaid Coalition. The Coalition has an informal membership of over 400 organizations with a shared commitment to ensure that all Americans have equal access to high quality, affordable health care.

Oral Health for All

Campaign to expand access to oral health coverage to the more than 106 million who are uncovered.

Prescription Drug Costs

Consumers across America and the health care system itself cannot continue to bear the burden of high and rising prescription drug costs. Federal action is necessary to ensure that access to life-saving medicines is guaranteed for all. Families USA is laying the groundwork for a coordinated, sustained national campaign to address, at the federal level, rising prescription drug prices and diminished innovation by drug companies. 

The State Innovation Learning Collaborative

The State Innovation Learning Collaborative (SILC) is an ongoing forum organized by Families USA to engage state-based consumer leaders and advocates in forward-looking problem-solving. SILC highlights innovative and proactive policies that states and consumer leaders can pursue to improve health and health care.

Waiver Strategy Center

Families USA's Waiver Strategy Center tracks the changes states make to health care programs using 1115 and 1332 waivers. These changes can be good or bad for consumers. Explore waivers on a national or state-by-state basis.