The Connecting Kids to Coverage National Campaign, a national outreach and enrollment initiative reaches out to families with children and teens eligible for Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Peace of Mind
Tools to remind parents that Medicaid and CHIP provide parents with peace of mind knowing their kids are covered if they are sick or get injured.
Resources to remind parents and caregivers that vaccinations, including flu shots, as well as other preventive and emergency services covered by Medicaid and CHIP.
These resources serve as a reminder to parents of children and teens enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP that can call their doctor or other health care providers to schedule missed appointments such as routine check-ups and vaccinations.
All children covered by Medicaid and the CHIP have coverage for dental services. To maintain and accelerate access to oral health services, CMS has developed a national oral health strategy.LEARN MORE ABOUT IMPROVING ORAL HEALTH
Back-to-School and School-Based Outreach
Schools can help get eligible children and teens enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP; the Connecting Kids to Coverage National Campaign has outreach tools and materials to support school-based outreach efforts.
Outreach resources and ideas targeted toward different individuals and families cultural groups eligible for Medicaid and CHIP.
Outreach resources and ideas targeted toward children and families eligible for Medicaid and CHIP who live in rural areas.
Join coaches, school and community leaders help kids who want to participate in sports programs have health insurance. Getting them covered will protect them both on and off the field.LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUTH SPORTS INITIATIVES
Campaign resources to let families with children and teens know that enrollment in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program is available year-round and parents may be eligible too!LEARN MORE ABOUT YEAR-ROUND ENROLLMENT OUTREACH