Back-to-School Boosters – Weekly Tips for Outreach
Back-To-School Booster Catalogue
Back-to-School Booster Wrap-Up
Connecting Kids to Coverage Wraps Up Back-to-School Boosters
School is BACK! And today’s Back-to-School Booster is the last in our series of weekly Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) outreach and enrollment tips. We hope these tips have helped to keep your campaign moving throughout the summer and that they have been a source of good ideas for activities you can use as the school year progresses. If you missed any, visit the Booster Catalogue to view all 11 Boosters released this summer.
Give Us Your Back-to-School Best! Tell Us about Your Summer Activities
We are always interested in promoting the great work of our Connecting Kids to Coverage National Campaign grantees and our outreach partner organizations. We are eager to hear how you have ramped up your Back-to-School activities and to learn about the outreach and enrollment strategies that have been most fruitful. Send us an email with a brief description of your outreach and enrollment activities and please include relevant links to your website, news coverage, etc. Your organization could be featured in a future Campaign eNewsletter, webinar, outreach video or on our website! We also welcome your feedback about our Back-to-School Boosters and the Connecting Kids to Coverage National Campaign materials. How have you used them? What can we do to make your job easier?
Tools on InsureKidsNow.gov
Visit InsureKidsNow.gov for a variety of Campaign tools and resources, including:
- Public Service Announcements (PSAs): The Campaign’s television and radio PSAs are available in English and Spanish. You’ll also find distribution tips, media pitch letters and radio scripts.
- Materials: A variety of Campaign materials can help let families know health coverage is available for children and teens through Medicaid and CHIP, and they can enroll their eligible children today! In addition to our Back-to-School palmcard and poster, we have downloadable materials that draw attention to health coverage during allergy and asthma season and cold and flu season. Our general materials let parents know that Medicaid and CHIP provide an extra hand for parents with their hands full.
- Webinars: A full list of Campaign webinars on a host of outreach and enrollment topics area available through the webinar archive.
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