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Cities Expanding Health Access for Children and Families


  • Michaella Morzuch
  • Sheila Hoag


More than 16,000 uninsured children and parents nationwide enrolled in or renewed health insurance through the Cities Expanding Health Access for Children and Families (CEHACF) initiative. The program helped protect and improve public health by using enrollment campaigns that targeted families who were eligible for, but not enrolled in, Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The initiative was sponsored by the Atlantic Philanthropies, administered by the National League of Cities, and evaluated by Mathematica Policy Research.

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  • Michaella Morzuch & Sheila Hoag, "undated". "Cities Expanding Health Access for Children and Families," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f667991fcf66420b82edb55ba, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:f667991fcf66420b82edb55ba97b235a

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    Health; insurance; coverage; ACA; cities; CHIP; Medicaid; enrollment; foundations;

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