We are with you working to stay informed and safe during this COVID-19 pandemic impacting our world.  


State of West Virginia Guidelines





For information about the most recent updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Share your story about affordable healthcare with us by reaching out to the Health Care for All story empowerment group.

If you are a Medicaid recipient and are concerned about COVID-19 and your community, and are willing to share your Medicaid health care story, reach out here to SHARE YOUR STORY


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The US Response to COVID-19: What’s in Federal Legislation and What’s Not, but Still Needed


Kaiser Family Foundation Summary of the CARES Act
CARES ACT of 2020 Summary


medicare dot gov
Unfortunately, scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to try to steal your Medicare Number, personal information, and money. And they’re using robocalls, social media posts, and emails to do it. 
Remember, if anyone reaches out to get your Medicare Number or personal information in exchange for something, you can bet it’s a scam.
Prevent Medicare Fraud
Be on the lookout, so you can stop scams before they happen. 
Here are recent Coronavirus scams to watch for:
Robocalls offering you respiratory masks they’ll never send
Social media posts fraudulently seeking donations for non-existent charities, or claiming to give you stimulus funds if you enter your bank account information
Fake testing kits, cures, “immunity” pills, and offers for protective equipment
Visit Medicare.gov/fraud for more information and tips on preventing Medicare scams and fraud.