It’s time for Alabama to prove we care about mothers and children
Universal school breakfast would benefit Alabama’s children in many ways
Universal school breakfast would improve areas such as child hunger, chronic absenteeism, adolescent mental health and standardized testing.
‘No one should have to go through what I did’
When Diana Isom became pregnant with her first son, Keenan, back in 2021, it was what she’d always wanted.
“My husband and I had been trying for years. I was so happy, but immediately started thinking about timing,” Diana said.
Timing is always a big consideration for most first-time parents, but for Diana and her husband, Luke, things were a little more complicated. When Luke lost his job suddenly, he had to start training in a new technical field. This meant he lost the private health coverage they had previously.
Medicaid ‘unwinding’ hits halfway mark in Alabama
Maternal, infant health care debuts as an Alabama Arise priority
Alabama Arise unveils 2024 roadmap for change in Alabama
Here’s what Alabama Arise heard from you in summer 2023!
Alabama Arise toolkit on the Medicaid ‘unwinding’ period
Alabamians at every income level should be able to get the health care they need to survive and thrive. Medicaid plays a vital role toward meeting that goal, providing health coverage for more than 1 million Alabamians with low incomes. But tens of thousands of Alabamians may lose their Medicaid coverage by June 2024 in a process called “unwinding.”