If you need assistance during this time, visit our directory of resources for information about eligibility for various public programs, food assistance, the increased Child Tax Credit and more. Click hereAs the COVID-19 vaccine is distributed, find out how you can access a vaccine with our COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Hub.

TRAININGS AND WEBINARS

We use our knowledge of the law and our experience working with clients to train financial counselors, social workers, and health care providers throughout the state on a wide range of health care related topics. These trainings range from introductions to TennCare to crafting successful strategies for appeals to advocating for effective healthcare policies.

Our staff attorneys and client advocates invest a significant amount of their time creating materials and conducting trainings that were offered for free to attendees in the past. Nearly the entire cost associated with the creation of these trainings was underwritten by organizations that received government funding to help enroll people into Medicaid. Due to cuts to this funding including the federal navigator grant, some of our trainings will be no longer offered for free. For our non-profit partners, we will be offering a limited number of scholarships for attendees to attend these trainings. To request a scholarship, please contact trainings@tnjustice.org.

UPCOMING TRAININGS

Hunger and Homelessness

November 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

How ECF CHOICES Can Help Your Family

November 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

WEBINARS

TennCare, CoverKids, and SNAP: TJC’s Roadmap to Getting What You Need

Watch webinar recording here.

Your Loved One Needs Care – Now What?

Watch the webinar recording here.

Latest Updates: Medicaid Block Grant and Medicaid Expansion

Watch webinar recording here.

WIC 101

Watch webinar recording here.

TOOLKITS AND RESOURCES

If you are a healthcare, social service provider, or just have more specific questions,

  Check out our technical assistance resources.

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