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Nebraska Expanded Medicaid Outreach Toolkit Enroll Nebraska and Nebraska Appleseed encourage you and your organization to help get the word out to the over 94,000 Nebraskans eligible for Expanded Medicaid in Nebraska!

Contents

  • PowerPoint Visual
  • Social Media Templates
  • Press Release Template
  • Newsletter Blurb
  • Sample Email
  • Flyer / One-Pager (English/Spanish)
  • Postcards (Save the Date & Apply Now) (English/Spanish)

PowerPoint Visual

Socials

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Socials

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Prior to August 1 Socials Text

  • You may be one of thousands of Nebraskans newly eligible for expanded Medicaid in Nebraska this year. Find the health insurance your family needs with Heritage Health Adult. Applications open August 1, and coverage begins October 1. Visit accessnebraska.ne.gov for more info.
  • Medicaid expansion, approved by voters in 2018, has finally reached Nebraska, and eligible Nebraskans are encouraged to find the plan they need. The new program, called Heritage Health Adult, begins Oct. 1, 2020, with applications open on August 1, 2020. For more info, visit accessnebraska.ne.gov.
  • Expanded Medicaid coverage in Nebraska is starting on Oct. 1, 2020! Called Heritage Health Adult, this program will insure more than 90,000 eligible Nebraskans not eligible for traditional Medicaid or private insurance. To enroll and more info visit accessnebraska.ne.gov. Applications open Aug 1.

August 1 and Later Socials text

  • Applications for Heritage Health Adult, Nebraska’s expanded Medicaid program, are now open! You may be eligible even though you were previously denied. Coverage begins on Oct 1. Visit accessnebraska.ne.gov for more info.
  • If you haven’t been able to find health insurance, make sure you look at Nebraska’s new expanded Medicaid program, Heritage Health Adult Heritage Health Adult. Applications are now open, and coverage begins on October 1. Visit accessnebraska.ne.gov or call (855) 632-7633 for more info.

Press Release Template

Newsletter Blurb

Title: Free Assistance Enrolling in Health Insurance

Expanded Medicaid, known as Heritage Health Adult, is coming to Nebraska this year! The new program will provide coverage for the roughly 94,000 Nebraskans who have been locked out of coverage because they don’t make enough to afford private insurance or make too much to qualify for help through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Applications for expanded Medicaid coverage will be open on August 1, with coverage beginning on October 1. Visit accessnebraska.ne.gov or call (855) 632-7633 to see if you qualify and to apply..

If you have questions, Enroll Nebraska can help you find free assistance both in person or over the phone at Enroll-ne.org/local or by calling 2-1-1.

Sample Email

Flyer/One-Pager (English / Spanish)

Postcards

4 per sheet
4 per sheet

If you have questions or would like specific materials to support your outreach, please reach out to Eric at Enroll Nebraska/Nebraska Appleseed at 402-438-8853 ext. 126 or esavaiano@neappleseed.org.

Credits:

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