Updated Coverage to Care Partner Resources Now Available

Coverage to Care has updated its partner resources! Now available on the C2C website, these materials are designed to help partners across the country share more information about C2C with their communities on how to make the most of their health coverage.

Coverage to Care is one of CMS OMH’s signature initiatives to help consumers understand their health coverage and connect them to the primary care and preventive services that are right for them. C2C offers resources to assist community partners in their outreach. Please be sure to use the newly updated C2C Partner Toolkit and presentation resources linked below!

Resources

  • C2C Partner Toolkit provides prepared information and graphics for partners to use in their own emails, listservs, or social posts, as well as ideas on how to get started with health literacy in your community. Spanish coming soon!
  • Updated C2C Community Presentation slide deck, a visual aid featuring the 8 Steps of the Roadmap to Better Care with prepared script and slides.
  • C2C Presenter’s Guide (PDF) provides an overview of the C2C Community Presentation slide deck and tips for a better discussion.
  • Accompanying Resources handout (PDF) with additional links to help with consumers’ health care journey.

Be sure to check out these and other resources on the C2C partner resources webpage.

To learn more about C2C, please visit go.cms.gov/c2c.

To continue receiving updates from about new C2C resources and programs, please sign up for our C2C listserv.

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