The Children's Partnership

The Children's Partnership (TCP) works in California and nationally to ensure that all children—especially those at risk of being left behind—have the resources and the opportunities they need to grow up healthy and lead productive lives. TCP focuses particular attention on securing health coverage for all children, simplifying and modernizing how families enroll in public programs, and ensuring that the opportunities offered by computers and the Internet benefit all children and families. See below for more information about TCP’s recent activities, accomplishments, and advocacy work and tools!

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  • TCP Pens Dental Coverage Piece for the Huffington Post

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    CA: Wendy Lazarus, founder and co-president of The Children’s Partnership (TCP), and Jenny Kattlove, senior director of programs for TCP, co-authored an article in the Huffington Post on the state of children’s dental care in California. The article explains that California kids enrolled in either Covered California or Medi-Cal have guaranteed coverage for dental service, but notes that guaranteed coverage does not necessarily translate to accessing dental care. The authors call on the state to increase reimbursement rates and continue to explore innovative solutions like the Virtual Dental Home to ensure all children receive the dental care they need.

  • KidsWell Partners Respond to MACPAC Request on Future of Children’s Health Coverage

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    CCF, CDF, First Focus, NHeLP, CA: 49 groups, including KidsWell Partners Children’s Defense Fund, The Children’s Partnership, First Focus, the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families, and the National Health Law Program, responded to a MACPAC request about how to improve Marketplace coverage for children. The letter advocates for the Commission to recognize the foundational role of Medicaid and CHIP and discusses: affordability of coverage; adequacy of covered benefits; network adequacy; and transitions between Medicaid, CHIP, Marketplaces, and employer sponsored insurance.

  • TCP Blogs About ALL IN For Health Campaign

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    CA: The Children’s Partnership provided an update on their ALL IN For Health Campaign after the first few weeks of open enrollment. The update features background on the campaign and materials that encourage people to sign up for health coverage, including an infographic.

  • TCP Health Coverage Blog Featured in The Huffington Post

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    CA: Wendy Lazarus, founder and co-president for The Children’s Partnership, blogged about the positive impact of the ACA and Medicaid expansion on health care coverage for children and was featured by The Huffington Post. The blog highlights the large gains in coverage realized since the ACA became law and emphasizes the need to keep children covered during the renewal process.

  • TCP Issues Progress Report on the ALL IN Campaign

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    CA: The Children’s Partnership released a progress report on the impact of the ALL IN Campaign to increase enrollment in health coverage through education, enrollment events, and partnerships with schools and school districts. ALL IN reached over 114,000 parents, 6,250 school board members, and 2,000 county and district school superintendents. The report discusses lessons learned and outlines the campaign strategy for the upcoming school year.

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