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You and your children may be eligible for low-cost or free health insurance! Programs exist in every state and the District of Columbia. For information about low-cost and free children's health coverage, visit insurekidsnow.gov. For information on coverage for adults, read the Guides to Finding Health Insurance Coverage in Your State from Cover the Uninsured.
Indiana - St. Joseph County Covering Kids & Families
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CoverTheUninsured Policy Resources
Get current, easy-to-understand health coverage policy information at www.CoverTheUninsured.org. You will find downloadable fact sheets, information about proposed national policies under consideration and news about what is going on in your state.
Southern Institute on Children and Families Reports
Since its establishment in 1990 as a 501(c)(3) public policy organization, the Southern Institute on Children and Families has aggressively pursued its mission to improve opportunities for children and families across the country and has provided direction and leadership on national programs consistent with its mission. The method and strategies it applies to issues affecting lower-income children and families in the South have consistently led to greater awareness of critical public policy issues, development of promising strategies to address those issues and strong collaborative partnerships poised for action.
Over the years, the Southern Institute has produced or collaborated on many policy reports that focus on improving children's welfare and increasing access to health care coverage for eligible families.
Browse Southern Institute reports on Medicaid, SCHIP and other important children's health issues.
Also, visit www.thesoutherninstitute.org for more information about the Southern Institute on Children and Families.
View additional policy information and resources related to the uninsured, public health coverage, lower-income families and children and the Covering Kids & Families Initiative.