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HIPAA or FERPA? A Primer on Sharing School Health Information in Indiana is released
Jun 28, 2017
The Indiana School Health Network announced the release of HIPAA or FERPA? A Primer on Sharing School Health Information in Indiana during the opening of the annual School Health Conference before an audience of more than 350 professionals concerned with the health of Hoosier students.  The Primer was prepared by the National Center for Youth Law and is available free of charge at www.ckfindiana.org/resources
 
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The 2017 Governor & Cheri Daniels School Health Award Winner is Kristen Forbes EVE Foundation
Jun 27, 2017
The Indiana School Health Network presented the Governor & Cheri Daniels School Health Award to the Kristen Forbes EVE Foundation during the annual School Health Conference before an audience of more than 350 professionals concerned with the health of Hoosier students.  
 
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2017 School Health Conference - registration is still open!
Jun 13, 2017
The Indiana School Health Network and its lead agency, Covering Kids & Families of Indiana, partner to host the 9th Indiana School Health Conference. This year we will explore educational neuroscience strategies, tele-health clinics, Indiana's opioid epidemic, health policy changes affecting school health and other initiatives impacting Indiana school health. This is an opportunity to not only learn about, but to embrace and shape change as we venture toward New Horizons in School Health. Learn more about this year's conference by clicking here

2017 Conference registrations are already surpassing last year's record attendance. Don't miss out! Register today by clicking here!
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2016 Annual Report Released
Mar 08, 2017
BUILDING ON SUCCESS IS A FITTING THEME FOR ALL THE WORK accomplished during 2016 by Covering Kids & Families of Indiana’s (CKF-IN) board, staff and local coalitions. In 2016, CKF coalitions and partners completed over 33,000 applications for healthcare coverage. CKF-IN also made great progress toward the goal of being a state-wide entity, welcoming four new coalitions covering twelve counties. This is a 28% increase in counties covered in 2016 and a 72% increase in the last two years! It is also important to note that the new coalitions are all in southern Indiana, extending our reach into some of the most underserved rural counties.  Click here for the report.
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New Director of Public Policy
Jan 26, 2017
Covering Kids & Families of Indiana welcomes Mark Fairchild, MSW, LSW as Director of Public Policy
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Indiana Gains in Children's Healthcare Coverage
Oct 27, 2016

According to a new report by Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families, more children in our state have healthcare coverage.  The number of uninsured children in Indiana declined from 8.2% to 6.5%.   

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CKF-IN Releases Guidebook to School-Linked Outreach
May 13, 2016