Unwinding of the Public Health Emergency

What Happens after 2+ years of Continuous Medicaid Coverage

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
Category: Learning Together
During the Public Health Emergency, coverage for all Medicaid beneficiaries has continued. Normally, coverage must be renewed on an annual basis. As the pandemic comes to an end, we can all be advocates in preparing those persons currently covered by Medicaid to look out for renewal applications in their mailboxes and to get the paperwork completed and submitted on a timely basis. But -- the member's address must be up-to-date in Medicaid's system in order for the member to even receive the renewal application.
If your program participants count on Medicaid for their health coverage, then get ready to roll up your sleeves and join us in increasing awareness of this upcoming change and helping South Carolinians stay covered!


Shelli Quenga

Director of Programs

Palmetto Project


Sue Berkowitz Esq.


SC Appleseed Legal Justice Center

Attendees (38)

Kim Beaudoin

Chief Executive Officer

Palmetto Association for Children and Families

Marek Calhoun

Director of Social and Community Services

CareSouth Carolina

Sarah Covington-Kolb

Program Manager

Center for Community Health Alignment

Dawn Darby

Executive Director

The Therapy Place, Inc.

Sarah DeVenny

Community Outreach Coordinator

Sisters of Charity Foundation of SC

Sonia Donnelly

Associate Director of Programs

Palmetto Project, Inc.

Jeffrey Fleming

Chief Operating Officer

Palmetto Project, Inc.

Kathryn Harvey


Neue South Collective

Frances Hefka

Resource Specialist

Palmetto Project, Inc.

Lynn Hutto

HR/Management Consultant

Greater Columbia Community Relations Council

Maura Langston

Director of Sales


Lyndsey Marchman

Grants Development Coordinator

Children's Trust of SC

Madeleine McGee


Together SC

Terrie McGIll

Board CO Chair

Upstate Fatherhood Coalition

Darlene Paradise

Director of Development

Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center

Katie Reams

Director of United for ALICE

United Way Association of SC

Brooke Robertson

Director of Strategic Communication & Member Experience

Neue South Collective

Yarley Steedly

Government Relations Director

American Heart Association

Tiffany Straus

Director of Community Relations

HopeHealth Inc

Terri Towle

Director of Fund Development

Leeza's Care Connection

Liz Walsh

South Carolina Network Director

Unite Us

Samantha Zimmerschied

Executive Director

The Advanced Institute for Development and Learning

16 Other Registered Attendees

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Madeleine McGee

President/CEO, Together SC

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