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September 19, 2017

What does the travel ban mean for refugee children

On the last day of its current term, the Supreme Court allowed portions of the Executive Order 13780 “Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States,” also known as the travel ban, initially issued on March 6th. Many have outlined the repercussions of such a ban and highlighted the moral consequences of condoning religious discrimination (as the majority of the countries targeted are predominately Muslim) against innocent minorities. Nonetheless, scarce attention has been given to the high stakes refugee children face with the implementation of the travel ban. Considering that 51% of the world’s refugee population are children under the age of 18, policymakers must make the protection and well-being of children a priority in their resolutions.

September 5, 2017

Children and Payment and Delivery System Reform in New York State

This policy brief provides an examination of New York’s recent efforts to transform the state’s expensive, inefficient, and ineffective health care system into one that achieves the triple aim of health care reform – increased quality of care, improved population health, and decrease per-capita costs of care.

May 31, 2016

UAC Panel Presentations April 30 2015

Unaccompanied Immigrant Children

April 30, 2015

Health Reform Toolkit TOC

How to use this toolkit Summary and Overview The Exchange In 2014, every state will have a health insuranc e exchange, a marketplac e for individuals and small businesses to purc hase health insurance.

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Private Insurance

Private Health Insurance Whether you have coverage through your employer, purchase health insurance on the private market, or plan to purchase health insurance through the new state Exchange, the health reform law makes sure health insurers provide coverage in the best interest of consumers.

January 1, 2011

Youth and Community Justice Tool-Kit

Policy failures in these area have long-term effects on youth and communities. However, youth and community voices are often missing at decision making tables. We firmly believe that those who are most affected by policy successes or failures are the best advocates for change in our communities. Recognizing the proverbial “full plates” that educators must balance, we compiled this Youth and Community Justice Tool-kit to offer educators easily-accessible information and interactive ways to teach it to their young people.

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Exchange

n 2014, each state will have a Health Insurance Exchange, a marketplace where individuals and employers can pur chase coverage. States have two options: (1) to create one exchange where both individuals and small businesses can purchase coverage, or (2) set up two separate exchanges, one for individuals and one for small businesses. Details about setting up the Exchange will be decided by the State and announced before 2014.

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Resources

Health Reform January 2011 15 Maiden Lane, Suite 1200, New York, NY 10038 p (212) 697-2323 f (212) 697-0566 Resources

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Glossary

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Fragile Children

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Young Adults

Coverage for young adults up to age 26 Since September 23, 2010, young adults up to 26 years of age have been permitted to stay on or join their parents’ health insurance plans. This will continue to be an ongoing policy.

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Public Insurance

Expanded Medicaid eligibility Starting in 2014, income eligibility for Medicaid will be 133 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL) in every state. (Currently, the federal poverty level is $10,830 for an individual and $22,050 for a family of four – so Medicaid eligibility would be $14,404 for a single person and $29,327 for a family of four.)

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Summary

This toolkit was designed for community-based workers in New York State. While all of the information provided here applies to New York residents, some of the information applies to other states as well. This toolkit is intended to give a comprehensive overview of several important changes under health reform, focusing on how children and families will benefit from these changes.

January 1, 2011

Health Reform Toolkit Bridge Plan

Coverage for Individuals with Pre-existing Conditions New York’s Bridge Plan The New York Bridge Plan was created to provide immediate affordable health insurance coverage to uninsured peopl e with pre-existing medical conditions * . People with pre- existing conditions can now apply to be covered by the Bridge Plan until other affordable coverage is available in 2014.

January 1, 2011

Health Insurance Queens

September 1, 2010

Health Insurance Manhattan

September 1, 2010

Health Insurance Bronx

September 1, 2010

Health Insurance Brooklyn

September 1, 2010

Options for Uninsured

Health and Hospitals Corporation oversees public hospitals and clinics in New York City. HHC helps patients apply for public health insurance programs for which they may qualify. If a patient is not eligible for public insurance, HHC reduces the patient's fee to an affordable amount, based on family size and income.

September 1, 2010