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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health and Safety Guide

ASERT has compiled resources for those with autism and those who care for people with autism relating to the current COVID-19 outbreak.

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Health Care for Immigrants (PHLP)

Emergency Medical Assistance

Determining when immigrants qualify for programs like Medicaid, CHIP or Marketplace Premium Tax Credits and cost sharing subsidies can be confusing. This resource provides information to help clarify questions many immigrants may have about these programs.

This is because each program has different rules about what someone’s immigration status must be in order to qualify for coverage and the rules can be different depending on the age of the immigrant. Some programs may require someone be “lawfully present” while others require that someone be a “qualified immigrant.” To further complicate this issue, many immigrant families have “mixed status,” with different members having different statuses. In addition, if one of the family members is undocumented, the family may be fearful of seeking health care coverage or providing information about their status.

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This resource created by Pennsylvania Health Law Project