How to Get Involved

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Download the Partner Toolkit (PDF)

CMS has created resources in multiple languages, free of charge to your organization and consumers, to help health care professionals and national and community organizations support consumers as they navigate their coverage. Find materials in the C2C partner toolkit.


How to Get Involved

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Become a Partner

Your support is vital to help new enrollees and other patients make the most of their coverage and access preventive services to support their health goals. Getting involved is simple. If you have any questions, email us at coveragetocare@cms.hhs.gov.


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Share the Tools

Whether you represent an organization or are an individual community advocate, you can be a part of the important effort to improve the health of our nation. We encourage you to share C2C resources in churches, clinics, health systems, and your community settings.


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Spread the Word

You can help share C2C information.

  • Post a blurb in your newsletter.
  • Publish an article on your blog.
  • Share on social media using the sample Facebook posts, tweets, graphics, and the hashtag #Coverage2Care.
  • Use the web badge to direct people to go.cms.gov/c2c.

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Add to the Momentum

Plan an event! Here are some ideas to help your community go from coverage to care.

  • Work with local hospitals, clinics, health centers, civic clubs, and organizations to use C2C resources.
  • Engage your place of worship to host an educational event.
  • Host a web conference, workshop, or meet-your-provider event featuring C2C resources.

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Using the C2C Community Presentation

Consider using community presentation materials to help people learn about the C2C initiative and how to make the most of their coverage.


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Stay Connected

Be the first to know when a new resource becomes available and receive the latest news on Coverage to Care.


For additional resources, please see C2C Resources & Tools.

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11/18/2022 03:01 PM