Using Administrative Advocacy to Improve Access to Public Benefits
The following policy briefs are intended to help advocates understand the leverage points for improving the administration of Medicaid and SNAP. Additional briefs will be posted here throughout 2019 and 2020.
- Practical Changes State Agencies Can Make to Increase Equity in Application Processes for Immigrant Families
- Improving SNAP Access for Older Adults: Lessons from Massachusetts on Breaking Down Barriers and Improving Retention
- Advocacy in the Dark: A Pennsylvania Case Study on Advocating to Improve Technology that Drives Eligibility Decisions
- Using Administrative Advocacy to Improve Access to Public Benefits
- Improving SNAP and Medicaid Access: SNAP Interviews
- Improving SNAP and Medicaid Access: SNAP Renewals
- Improving SNAP and Medicaid Access: Medicaid Renewals
- Improving SNAP and Medicaid Access: Filling Income Eligibility Gaps to Maximize Health Coverage
Advancing Strategies to Align Programs (ASAP) is a joint CLASP-CBPP project designed to assist states with improvements to the administration of SNAP and Medicaid through policy and operational changes at the state and local level. To view other resources in our toolkit highlighting lessons from the project, visit www.cbpp.org/asap or www.clasp.org/asap.