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Connecting to Certified Enrollment Counselors

Three Easy Ways to Connect Your School to Certified Enrollment Counselors

Research has demonstrated that 7 out of 10 of those applying for health coverage see receiving one-on-one help as critical to their enrollment. Certified Enrollment Counselors (CECs) can educate families about their eligibility for health coverage options and walk them through the enrollment process to get them enrolled. This is especially important for helping families with newly eligible children apply for Medi-Cal.

Below are three ways that schools can offer regular appointments with CECs to enroll children and families in Medi-Cal or Covered California health coverage.

Three Ways to Connect to CECs

1) Find a certified agency near you. Use the CCHI Directory and connect with a CEC in your county.
2) Set a regular date and time for a CEC to visit your school to enroll students and families.

Use our sample flyer to let families know what they should bring. Available in English and Spanish.

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3) Provide CEC’s contact information to families or ask families for permission to have CECs contact them so they can meet at a time and place that’s most convenient for them.

 

Take the extra step!

Print and share the ALL IN For Health ABCs of Coverage flyer that helps inform families about the new coverage opportunity for undocumented children through Medi-Cal. Available in English and Spanish.


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  • published this page in For Schools 2015-11-20 13:13:36 -0800