Have a Heart for Kids Day rally, 2015

Health Care - Federal

Learn, Love, Lead! e-mail series

In our Learn, Love, Lead! email series, we show what we can do together to protect and support Washington's children from new federal threats. Each week, we provide a resource you can learn from and share, or an action you can take to be the leader kids are counting on.

Whether you and your family are targeted by rising hate or a particular policy, or you want to act in solidarity with children and families in your community, we are here to support your actions to protect kids’ well-being and happiness today, and help them grow into their enormous potential.

Progress worth protecting: Apple Health for Kids

Apple Health for Kids needs our protection right

Adam Tue, 06/20/2017 - 22:22
Data ought to prompt state lawmakers to act

A new report ought to prompt state lawmakers to further our kids’ education and e

Adam Thu, 06/15/2017 - 16:22
Healthy moms make for healthy families

This Mother’s Day, we can do one thing for mothers, mothers-to-be and women all across

Adam Fri, 05/12/2017 - 16:59

Children’s Alliance applauds U.S. Senate for Renewing support for Apple Health for Kids

SEATTLE—Advocates for children and families in Washington applauded the U.S. Senate for passing a bill yesterday that extends funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for two years. 
The vote follows passage of identical legislation in the House. It demonstrates that members of Congress overwhelmingly support the CHIP program and understand it is vital to keeping kids across the country healthy.

Media Release: $17.6 Million Reward Could Sustain Apple Health for Kids

(Monday, Dec. 27, 2010) — Apple Health for Kids, Washington’s health coverage program for children, has won $17.6 million from the federal government − a timely windfall that could prevent thousands of children from losing their health coverage.

The United States Department of Health and Human Services awarded the money, a performance bonus, to Washington and 14 other states with health coverage programs that are doing outstanding work to enroll eligible children.