CA-PIF Outreach & Communications Workgroup: Immigration Reso

CA-PIF Outreach & Communications Workgroup: Immigration Resources & Policy Update

DATE:  
Wednesday, October 19th, 2022
TIME:  3:30pm-5:00pm


REGISTRATION CLOSES 10/18/22

The effects of the Trump administration changes to the public charge rule fell heavily on low-income immigrants who qualify for public programs, with a direct impact on millions of children. While the assistance is much needed, many immigrant households chose to disenroll or forgo applying for benefits in fear of jeopardizing their immigration status. To combat these chilling effects and help ease fears in our communities and minimize the access barriers created by the national anti-immigrant rhetoric, this webinar will combat misinformation and encourage folks to access services that they are legally entitled to.

During this webinar, members of the CA-Protecting Immigrant Families (CA-PIF) Coalition Outreach & Communications Workgroup will share important updates and resources available for immigrant communities in California. The California Primary Care Association and The Children’s Partnership will introduce partners to the Workgroup and opportunities to engage. The National Immigration Law Center will provide an update on federal immigration policy, including the new public charge regulations if available. Additionally, the California Immigrant Policy Center will provide an overview of key state-level policy and campaign updates regarding Health4All, Food4All, and SafetyNet4All. Lastly, partners will share important resources to support immigrant communities: Plascencia Consulting will showcase CA-PIF’s community resources and service provider trainings. The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County will provide guidance on how to utilize the updated Keep Your Benefits Tool.


NOTE TO ALL REGISTRANTS: 
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Learn about Medi-Cal & Food4All expansion and what this means for community members and providers
  • Grow your understanding of the new public charge rule and how these changes could impact immigrants who qualify for public programs
  • Learn about CA-PIFs Outreach & Communications immigrant resources, including how to request a community and provider training on immigrant access to public benefits


PRESENTERS

  • Gabrielle Lessard, National Immigration Law Center
  • Iván Barragan, California Immigrant Policy Center
  • Héctor T. Plascencia, Plascencia Consulting
  • Hope Nakamura, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
  • Mayra Alvarez, The Children’s Partnership


FEES
Payment is due at time of registration.

  • CPCA Member: $100
  • Non Member Health Center: $100
  • Associates: $112.50
  • Non Member, Non Health Center: $125


HOW TO REGISTER

NOTE TO ALL REGISTRANTS: After registering for this training you will receive two emails: one immediately upon registration confirming your order, and a second with a link to the Zoom registration page by 11:59 pm PT of the evening you register. If you do not receive the second email with the link by by 11:59 pm PT of the evening you register, please email training@cpca.org By completing this registration you will have the option to add this training to your calendar. 


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When
10/19/2022 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Where
Online Via Zoom

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