Resource Center | Updated May 28, 2020

In the United States and across the globe, every sector of society is working to identify solutions that address challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Vulnerable populations — including individuals with low-incomes, older adults, people of color, and those with complex medical, behavioral health, and social needs — are likely to be disproportionately impacted, either directly through illness or indirectly due to pressures on health, community, and economic systems.

To support our partners at the state, health plan, provider, and community levels, the Center for Health Care Strategies has compiled this compendium of resources aimed at lessening the impact of COVID-19 on Medicaid populations, particularly those at the highest risk. This library of key guidance, reference materials, and tools will grow and evolve over time. CHCS welcomes additional resource suggestions.


General Resources for States

Federal Guidance

Select State Resources

Opportunities for Medicaid

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General Resources for Health Care Professionals
Long-Term Services and Supports

Federal Guidance

Resources

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Social Needs

Federal Guidance

Resources

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Health Equity

Federal Guidance

Resources

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Children and Youth

Federal Guidance for CHIP and Related Analysis

Supporting Children and Families

Addressing Social Service Needs

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