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Covering Kids – Back-to-School 2002
To address the compelling need to reduce the number of uninsured children, in 1997 The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (www.rwjf.org) established "Covering Kids: A National Health Access Initiative for Low-Income, Uninsured Children" (www.coveringkids.org) to help states and local communities increase the number of eligible children who benefit from health insurance coverage programs.
Covering Kids recently announced the kick-off its third annual Back-To-School outreach and enrollment drive. This national effort helps spread the word about low-cost and free health care coverage programs that are available for eligible, uninsured kids. Covering Kids invites your organization or community to get involved in Back-To-School 2002. Visit www.coveringkids.org/communications/bts/ for a complete list of materials you will need to get started, including:
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