Why Maine children and families need the Affordable Care Act.

All Maine children and families should be able to see a doctor when they are sick. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) makes this possible for more and more Maine children and families. Healthy Maine children become healthy Maine adults who will lead us into the future, but they also need healthy parents or guardians to … More Why Maine children and families need the Affordable Care Act.

Making MaineCare Enrollment Easier for Maine Kids

Healthy Maine kids can grow up to become healthy Maine adults. Ensuring that children have access to proper health care coverage early on is critical to future development. Here are the Facts: Right now, there are almost 15,000 children (6%) living without health insurance in Maine. Over 8,000 of these children live in low-income homes. … More Making MaineCare Enrollment Easier for Maine Kids

New Year, New Opportunities: A Data-driven Agenda for Maine kids

Data in this post can be found in the 2015 Maine KIDS COUNT Data Book or the Data Center. The New Year allows us to pause and reflect upon the previous year so we can embrace the New Year with renewed energy and resolve to achieve our goals. It is a much needed chance to … More New Year, New Opportunities: A Data-driven Agenda for Maine kids

Raising Our Voices for Early Learning, Child Health and in Celebration

An Update from the Maine Children’s Alliance November 2015 October was a busy month for the Maine Children’s Alliance. Highlights included, the Champions for Children Celebration, which was an overwhelming success and the release of a Georgetown report, which found no improvement in Maine’s rate of uninsured children. Learn more below! Getting Their Story Right: … More Raising Our Voices for Early Learning, Child Health and in Celebration