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ALERT: Turn Up The Pressure on Build Back Better

It is time to dial up the pressure on Build Back Better. We’ve provided a full toolkit below.

ALERT: Prepare for Passage: Build Back Better Health Advocacy Tools

As we continue to push the Senate to take up the Build Back Better Act in the coming weeks, we need to be ready to celebrate the enormous investments this bill will make in the health of our families and communities.

ALERT: Tell Congress to Build Back Better Health Care

Take action to pass the Build Back Better agenda.


These new and updated tools can help you raise your voice and amplify the need for Congress to act now.

The American Rescue Plan Act: Organizing Opportunities

This toolkit illustrates how advocates can leverage American Rescue Plan Act funds to spur transformative change and address the unique needs of communities.

Congress Can Remove Barriers Immigrants Face in Accessing Health Care

Immigrants must wait 5 years before they can enroll in federally funded programs, such as Medicaid and CHIP. Here's how Congress can remove this barrier for lawfully present immigrants.

ALERT: Don't Sleep on the August Recess!

Community Catalyst's new August Recess Toolkit contains several new resources to help you reach out to members and to your base.

ALERT: Help Us Celebrate Medicaid's 56th Birthday!

Check out our Medicaid Birthday toolkit!

Video: Voices for Health Justice

A project that is working to collaboratively create policies that help communities of color, low-income people, immigrants, people in rural communities, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people thrive, through grassroots coalitions in 24 states.

ALERT: Serving Those Who've Served this Fourth of July

As we head into the Fourth of July weekend, lets step up our efforts to secure high quality, affordable heath care for those who've served our country. Check out these resources.

Prioritizing Health Equity & Racial Justice: Now is the Moment to Close the Coverage Gap for All

As of May 2021, 38 states have closed the coverage gap. Research on the effects of expansion in these states has demonstrated the benefits of closing the gap.

ALERT: Affordability is the Next Frontier

Check out our new affordability messaging

ALERT: The American Rescue Plan: Opportunities for Advocates!

Advocates will play an important role in promoting opportunities for expanded health coverage and ensuring robust participation and input from the community.

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: Opportunities for Advocates

This toolkit offers resources and strategies for advocates to make consumers aware of the ARPA investments in affordable coverage and in the community infrastructure.

Make Coverage Affordable for the Long Term

The American Rescue Plan's enhancements are critical to help individuals and families’ secure health access during the pandemic and are a needed correction to the ACA subsidy scale and must be made permanent.

ALERT: Speak up NOW on the state of health care

Tomorrow night’s state of the union marks the first time President Biden will speak to Congress. Our job is to remind the Biden administration and policymakers that health care is central to infrastructure – and the time to be bold is now.

Top Legislative Priorities: 2021-22

For the first time in over ten years, Congress has an opportunity to build on the foundation created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Community Catalyst 2021-22 legislative priorities reflect this unique moment.

ALERT: NEW RESOURCES to Lift Up New Medicaid Expansion Funding

With the recent passage of the American Rescue Plan, there are new, exciting federal incentives available for the 12 remaining states to expand Medicaid.

ALERT: Celebrating 11 years of the Affordable Care Act

The endurance of the ACA for over a decade is a testament to the strength of our collective efforts in the never-ending fight for progress.

Strengthening our Response: A Series to Inform an Equitable Policy Response [ Publication ]