NAVIGATING ILLINOIS PUBLIC BENEFITS FOR IMMIGRANTS (WEB SERIES)
DuPage Federation is pleased to offer a web series on navigating Illinois public benefits for immigrants. This training provides a detailed overview of immigrant eligibility rules for state and federal benefits such as Medicaid, SNAP and cash assistance programs.
The training will be presented in three parts. It is recommended that providers register for all three sessions and is ideal for organizations that assist immigrant clients with benefits applications.
For dates, times, details, and to register, please use the button below.
BUILDING CULTURAL CONFIDENCE TO RECEIVE THE COVID-19 VACCINATION IN DUPAGE COUNTY AND SURROUNDING AREAS
On December 10, 2020, DuPage Federation had the honor of hosting Benedictine University's Master of Public Health graduate students' presentation of Building Cultural Confidence to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccination in DuPage County and Surrounding Areas, presented by Nyamal Dei, Alexandra Finch, Alicia Gentile, Kelli Wall, and Whitley Wynns.
Use the buttons below to download a copy of the PowerPoint presentation and/or a PDF of the slide deck. There are two versions of the slide deck available - a copy with one slide per page or a copy with two slides per page.
HEALTH BENEFITS FOR IMMIGRANT SENIORS
Beginning December 1, 2020, Illinois will be the first state in the country to offer medical coverage to non-citizens who are age 65 and older and who do not have a qualifying immigration status for Medicaid through the Health Benefits for Immigrant Seniors program. This program is funded entirely by the state will will provide access to medical benefits similar to the AABD Program (Aid for Aged, Blind, and Disabled). For more details download the Health Benefits for Immigrant Seniors fact sheet.