Geared toward professionals, this toolkit helps use social media to get the word out about Medicaid…
Recognizing that young people who leave foster care with no legally binding tie to a family should also have access to affordable health care, the legislation allows them to retain Medicaid coverage up to age 26. This provision becomes effective January 1, 2014.
This brief, provided by the State Policy Advocacy and Reform Center (SPARC), details key steps that advocates can take to help ensure that youth in foster care recieve Medicaid until the age of 26.
Read the complete brief by clicking on the link below.
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