Our Vision

All Hoosiers have accessible healthcare coverage.

Our Goals

  • Increase health coverage enrollment and retention.

  • ​Be a recognized voice on healthcare coverage issues.

  • Become a statewide organization.

  • Strengthen existing coalitions.

How We Do It

Our coalitions and partners leverage local donations for their outreach and enrollment services to bring in federal dollars that support our mission of healthcare coverage for all. 

CKF-IN informs statewide policy makers on healthcare issues and advocates on behalf of our coalitions and consumers for policies designed to improve healthcare access, retention and outcomes.

"Advocating Healthcare Coverage for All."

Our Mission

Covering Kids and Families promotes and facilitates healthcare coverage through:

  • Building coalitions that enroll, educate, and support Hoosiers 

  • Advocating for strong and inclusive public policies.

Covering Kids & Families in the News

2/1/18 - Indiana Medicaid Drops 25K From Coverage For Failing To Pay Premiums (Washington Post)
1/12/18 - New Rules May Make Getting And Staying On Medicaid More Difficult (NPR)
11/15/17 - Navigating a Safe Passage to Healthcare (NUVO)
10/2/17 - CHIP Expires: What That Means For Hoosier Children (WFYI)
09/26/17 - The Most Cynical Republican on Obamacare (Slate)
August 2017  - Seema Verma Does Her Homework, Pushes for Beneficiaries To Have More on the Line (Managed Care)
07/28/17 -  Ahead of Uncertainty-Filled Enrollment period, Government Pulls Funds For Sign-UP Assistance (WFYI)
06/13/17 - Hoosier Children's Health Lags Behind in Kids Count (Indiana Public Media)
05/25/17 - Indiana Wants to Add a Work Requirement to HIP 2.0 (WFYI)
04/19/17 - Providers overwhelmingly back Pence's Medicaid expansion (Axios)
04/18/17 - Medicaid may require work, payments from the poor, as Indiana tried (USA Today)
04/15/17 - Pence's Medicaid experiment confounds expectations on the left and right (Politico)
04/03/17 - Anthem, other insurers rushing to keep up with demand of popular HIP 2.0 (Indianapolis Business Journal)
03/08/17 - Ivy Tech opens on-campus food pantry for students (WNDU - North Central Indiana)
03/04/17 - Travel Abroad, in Your Own Country (New York Times)
02/21/17 - Radio Interview with Gloria Rojas (Dame Tu Mano of Elkhart General Hospital)
02/20/17 - How Mike Pence used Obamacare to halt Indiana's HIV outbreak (Politico)
01/26/27 - No Limits/Understanding the Healthcare Landscape (WFYI)
01/23/17 - Excel students receive health education at event (The Herald Bulletin - Madison county)
12/14/16 - Want a glimpse into the possible future of Medicaid? Head to Indiana (Rawstory)
12/08/16 - Indiana advocates worry about losing Obamacare (News and Tribune - Clark & Floyd counties)
12/06/16 - Out of Prison, Uncovered (The Marshall Project)
11/01/16 - Radio Interview with Gloria Rojas (Dame Tu Mano of Elkhart General Hospital)
10/27/16 - Report Indicates Indiana Needs to Improve Health Coverage for Children (Public News Service)