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We’re leading efforts to support people and communities across the state, and to protect the safety and stability of our health care system. You can count on us to lead the charge during challenging times and to build healthier communities when it matters most. Choose from our toolkits and resources below.


Health Coverage: Community Toolkit

Almost 1.6 million Floridians don’t have health coverage. They could be one accident or illness away from a major financial setback. During open enrollment, which this year runs from Nov. 1 through Jan. 15, they have a new chance to get coverage – many for as low as a $0 monthly payment after their financial assistance (subsidy) is applied if they qualify. You can use the tools below to communicate what health coverage is, why it’s important and how they can get guidance, advice and help choosing a plan.

  • Dispelling health insurance’s biggest myths. For starters, it’s probably more affordable than you think!
  • 7 health insurance stats that may surprise you. And save you money, too!
  • Health insurance isn’t just for U.S. citizens. Many immigrants can get government help paying their monthly insurance bills

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How Health Insurance Works

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The Affordable Care Act & Health Insurance Marketplace

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Health Insurance is Available for Many Immigration Statuses

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Resources to Help You Get Covered

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Healthy Eating: Community Toolkit

Nutrition is a critical part of health and development. Better nutrition is linked to improved child development, stronger immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth, lower risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease and more. We have developed a variety of pieces in English and Spanish that provide helpful, simple and relatable tips to educate the community on easy things they can do to eat healthier.

Heart Health: Community Toolkit

Heart health is central to overall health. Multiple factors go into heart health, ranging from exercise and diet to mental health. While heart disease is a leading cause of death for all Americans, Black and Hispanic individuals in the U.S. are at higher risk. We have developed a variety of pieces in English and Spanish that provide important information and tips to help members of the community maintain good heart health.

Men's Health: Community Toolkit

Studies show that men are less likely to go to the doctor than women and are less likely to tell someone when something in wrong. The tools below have been developed specifically to address key issues facing men.

Senior Health: Community Toolkit

Aging leads to different health care needs and even different health insurance options. These toolkits provide helpful information for older adults to help them understand how Medicare works and ways to stay healthy and even improve their health.

Mental Health: Community Toolkit

Our mental health plays a big role in overall health. Having a positive state of mental well-being can even be a boost to physical health. These tools address the stigma associated with mental health discussions and ways to improve mental well-being. 

Immunizations: Community Toolkit

For more than 200 years, vaccines have helped keep us healthy. From the first vaccine developed to prevent smallpox to vaccines that have pretty much eliminated serious childhood illnesses, we rely on vaccines to keep us all healthy. These tools provide education about vaccines for children and adults.

Women’s Health: Community Toolkit

Women are often the primary caregivers in a family and place the health and well-being of others above their own. This toolkit provides communications pieces focused on women’s health.

Diabetes Awareness: Community Toolkit

The CDC estimates more than 1 in 3 adults in America has prediabetes and most don’t even know it. Prediabetes raises a person’s risk for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. The good news is prediabetes can be prevented or reversed with lifestyle changes, including losing weight, eating a healthy diet, and getting regular physical activity. These tools provide tips on how to prevent prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.

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