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Outliving Grant Funding: A Review of State CKF Projects and Coalitions and the Roles of Funding and In-Kind Support in Their Survival

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  • Sheila Hoag
  • Beth Stevens

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Over the past eight years the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) invested nearly $150 million to help increase and maintain enrollment of children and families eligible for but not enrolled in Medicaid and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).

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  • Sheila Hoag & Beth Stevens, "undated". "Outliving Grant Funding: A Review of State CKF Projects and Coalitions and the Roles of Funding and In-Kind Support in Their Survival," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 5050be0aa6b64a0583852e86b, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Nora Paxton & Judith Wooldridge & Holly Stockdale, "undated". "CKF Grantees: Who Are They and How Do They Spend Their Grants?," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f48cad1bf9f84d7283768e26e, Mathematica Policy Research.
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