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Conference Call for Social Workers: The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan

The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP): Comprehensive Coverage for the Uninsured The Affordable Care Act (ACA) includes numerous programs to improve health care access for Americans.  One of these is the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP).  The PCIP is available nationwide for children and adults who have been locked out of the health insurance market because of a pre-existing condition. ... Read More »

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: White House Briefing Call, Oct 27

The White House Council on Women and Girls will host a conference call on Wednesday, October 27th at 6:00pm EST. Obama Administration officials will speak on the call about our efforts to address and end violence against women. White House Briefing Call Wednesday, October 27th 6:00pm EST Call-in:  United States: (866) 233-3845 Password: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Read More »

Reality Check: Status of Health Care Reform

On Friday, August 14, NASW participated in a conference call with the White House to discuss the current status of the health care reform/insurance debate, messaging and strategy.  The White House also announced its new webpage, www.whitehouse.gov/RealityCheck to help separate fact from fiction about health insurance reform.  The conference call speakers included Tina Tchen, Director of the White House Office ... Read More »

White House teleconference on Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics’ report

On July 10, NASW staff, at the request of the White House, participated in a teleconference to discuss the findings from the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics’ report entitled, “ America’s Children: Key National Indicators on Child Well Being,” http://childstats.gov/americaschildren/, that includes 40 indicators of child wellbeing. The discussion touched on some of the reports’ findings that ... Read More »

US Department of Education budget highlights

We were recently invited to a conference call with the Department of Education, where we discussed the President’s 2010 budget for their department. We were part of a small group asked to participate and were able to learn, firsthand, about the Administration’s plan to: Make Pell grant funding mandatory. The maximum for the 2010-11 academic year would be $5,550. Restructure ... Read More »