The coronavirus crisis shines a light on the fragility of the safety net for American families. With little saving, many Americans are facing severe financial difficulty on top of a health crisis. The impact of this moment will likely be felt for many years.
One critical support for families is health insurance. Due to work requirements, reduced funding, and administrative hurdles, many families who qualify for public health insurance do not currently have it.
If you are interested in learning more about how health, public supports, and economic security are linked, join us Thursday for a short webinar with Dr. Naomi Zewde on the intersection of Medicaid and wealth inequality.
This webinar is part of the Children, Youth and Family Funders Roundtable conversation on The Broad Reach of Public Health Insurance Programs,
cosponsored with Economic Opportunity Funders, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative and Grantmakers In Health.