This research report, based on 12 focus groups conducted across the country, provides an in-depth exploration of Latino pandemic experiences, focusing on how the COVID-19 crisis has affected feelings of social inclusion and exclusion during the pandemic.
By centering the experiences of Latino parents and youth living in immigrant families, the report makes the case for strengthening social belonging and building upon the assets of Latino community members, in order to re-build broader social cohesion across the nation.
In response to the Senate Finance Committee’s Request for Information, UnidosUS provided recommendations on how to improve access to behavioral health services for Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, and ACA Marketplace beneficiaries.
In response to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Strategic Plan for 2022-2026, UnidosUS submitted comments outlining our key recommendations to increase choice and enrollment and improve health […]
In this letter to Congressional leadership, the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda—a premiere coalition of the nation’s most prominent Latino organizations—urges Congress to permanently close the Medicaid coverage gap, as well […]
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