Right now is a critical time for families who rely on Medicaid. Georgia stands to lose $33 billion in federal funding for Medicaid, CHIP, and financial assistance for marketplace coverage.
Nobody plans on disability.
Even if you don’t rely on Medicaid for coverage, ask your Senators and Representatives how the ACHA will affect the 69 million Medicaid beneficiaries across the US. You or someone you love will very likely depend on Medicaid in the future. Speak now before it’s too late.
Which services are funded through Medicaid?
Community Care Services Program (CCSP)
New Options Waiver (NOW)
Comprehensive Supports Waiver (Comp)
Independent Care Waiver Program (ICWP)
Service Options Using Resources in Community Environments (SOURCE)
Georgia Pediatric Program Waiver (GAPP)
Learn more by following the links below
Medicaid in Georgia
Defending Health Care in 2017: What Is at Stake for Georgia
Medicaid Facts – Georgia
The Arc Lifeline Toolkit
Center for Public Representation ACHA videoCDC ACA fact sheet
CDC Medicaid fact sheetASAN advocacy guideTuesdays with Liz: Medicaid Cuts, Block Grants and Per Capita Caps