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Cover Georgia is a coalition of over 70 organizations that are working together to close Georgia's coverage gap. Sign this petition to stand with us!

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  • For more information about Georgia’s coverage gap, visit our Closing the Coverage Gap page.
  • If you would like to invite Cover Georgia to attend an event, do a short presentation, or collect coverage gap stories in your community, contact Laura Colbert at lcolbert@healthyfuturega.org or 404-567-5016, ext. 2.
  • If you are interested in joining the Cover Georgia coalition, visit the coalition page, for more information.

Information about the Coverage Gap (52 items) Go to Library

Why Closing the Coverage Gap Matters to Georgia’s LGBT Community

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Who Gets Medicaid in Georgia?

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What is the Coverage Gap?

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We Support Closing the Coverage Gap Too!

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Uninsured Veterans Could Gain Coverage

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Understanding Medicaid in Georgia and the Opportunity to Improve It

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The Medicaid Dollar

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The Important Role of Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids

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Strengthening Georgia’s Rural Hospitals and Increasing Access to Care

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Share Your Story

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Return on Investment for Medicaid Expansion

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Percent of Uninsured Adults Who Could Get Medicaid

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Percent Insured, 2009 – 2014

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Percent Change in Medicaid Enrollment

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Memo to RHSC Committee Members

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Medicaid and Access to Care

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Many Working Parents and Families in Georgia Would Benefit from Extending Medicaid Coverage

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Job Classifications of Georgians in the Coverage Gap

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Infographic: Why close the coverage gap?

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Infographic: Who qualifies for Medicaid?

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Infographic: Who is in the coverage gap?

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Infographic: Rural Georgians in the coverage gap

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Infographic: Closing the coverage gap can help rural communities

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Infographic: Closing the Coverage Gap

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Income Guidelines for Parents, Caregivers, and Kids

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How Restrictive is Georgia’s Medicaid Program Today?

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Hospitals, Communities, and the Coverage Gap

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Health Care Policy and Advocacy in the 2015 Legislative Session

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Getting Georgia Covered

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Getting Georgia Covered

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Georgia’s Medicaid Expansion Ledger

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Georgia’s Health Insurance Coverage Gap

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Georgia’s Coverage Gap

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For Uninsured Parents

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Federal Poverty Level by Family Size

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Federal Medical Assistance Percentages in Georgia

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Faces of Advocacy

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Ensuring Health Coverage for all Georgians

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Demographics of Georgians in the Coverage Gap

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Current and Expanded Eligibility

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Coverage Gap Fact Sheet

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Comments on the RHSC Recommendations

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Closing Georgia’s coverage gap helps people with behavioral health and substance use disorders

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Close the Coverage Gap: Expand Medicaid

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Close the Coverage Gap Postcard – Tracy’s Story

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Close the Coverage Gap Postcard – Lisa’s Story

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Close the Coverage Gap Postcard – Henry’s Story

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Close the Coverage Gap Postcard

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CHAT with Sen. Rhett on Closing the Coverage Gap

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Changes in Health Care and Policy in the 2016 Georgia Legislative Session

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Annual Incomes of People in the Coverage Gap

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2016 Policy Priorities

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Dequnshe Cousin

Dequnshe is a working mother of three children, but her employer doesn’t offer coverage and she doesn’t make enough to qualify for financial help in the Marketplace. “I’m working for a living, but unfortunately I don’t qualify for health care coverage.”

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