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Comment 11.08.2018

Families USA Comments on the Flores Resettlement Agreement

On September 7, the Trump administration took another step toward eliminating basic protections for immigrant children and their families who enter the U.S. without documentation—including those legally seeking asylum, by issuing a notice of…

Insights Column 11.07.2018

Trump Administration Will Approve Work Requirements in Medicaid

Today, in a speech to the National Association of Medicaid Directors, CMS Administrator Seema Verma announced that the Trump Administration is approving Medicaid waivers that impose work requirements on adults. These requirements are a…

Webinar 10.31.2018

Community Health Worker Impact Estimator Tool – Webinar

For generations, community leaders have seen how valuable community health workers (CHWs) can be. As health equity advocates, we know that CHWs truly understand the communities they serve and have their trust, so they…

Fact Sheet 10.29.2018

Buying Children’s Dental Coverage Through the Marketplace

Updated for the 2020 plan year, Families USA and the Children’s Dental Health Project published this guide to help families choose a pediatric oral health plan in their state’s marketplace. During open enrollment, choosing…

Advocacy Toolkit 10.29.2018

Community Health Worker Impact Estimator Tools: Asthma & Diabetes

For generations, community leaders have seen how valuable community health workers (CHWs), promotores, community health representatives, and the many other variations of community-based peer support workers can be. As health equity advocates, we know…

Telebriefing 10.18.2018

Media Telebriefing: Health Problems of Working Class Women

The new Families USA report A Case for Solidarity: Common Challenges Involving Health and Health Care in the United States reveals that, among both whites and people of color, in rural and urban areas alike, working-class…