Consumer Voices for Coverage: Strengthening State Advocacy Networks to Expand Health Coverage

The Foundation's program, Consumer Voices for Coverage: Strengthening State Advocacy Networks to Expand Health Coverage, was designed to support state-based consumer health advocacy networks to increase their capacity to participate in health care reform efforts with key stakeholders, such as businesses, hospitals, insurers, providers and government officials.The purpose of this project is to support the achievement of quality, affordable health coverage for everyone in the state by expanding a variety of organizational capacities. The specific aims of the project are to utilize an active network of locally based consumer coalitions organized by regions throughout the state to generate an expanded base of advocates for health care reform, to employ more effective communications strategies to emphasize the benefits of reform for the insured as well as the uninsured in the state, and to engage the small business community through strategic partnerships with key labor and provider stakeholders.

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Grant Details

Amount Awarded $750,000.00

Awarded on: 1/24/2008

Time frame: 2/1/2008 - 1/31/2011

Grant Number: 63845

Grantee

Campaign for Better Health Care

44 East Main Street, Suite 414
Champaign, IL, 61820-3642

217-352-5600
Website

James A. Duffett
Project Director

217-352-5600
Email