Calif. Catholic Charities will get nearly $1 million for enrolling children in Obamacare
Calif organizations win $6M to help enroll children in Medi-Cal | 89.3 KPCCThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Tuesday nearly $32 million in grants to help states sign up children for low-income health coverage.
The top three HHS grants in the state went to Catholic Charities of California ($999,956), Family Health Centers of San Diego Inc. ($993,472) and the L.A. Unified School District ($974,929).
The other grantees are:
Alameda County Social Services Agency ($877,750)
Northeast Valley Health Corporation ($796,258)
Tides Center California Coverage & Health Initiatives ($750,900)
United American Indian Involvement ($313,422)
Nevada County Superintendent of Schools ($284,465)
Lake County Tribal Health Consortium Inc. ($192,881)
HHS officials say the grants to school districts, community groups, and government agencies will build on a four-year effort thats increased the number of U.S. children with health insurance by 1.7 million youngsters nationwide.