Providing access to health insurance and healthcare is a challenge to any community, but these toolkits and resources can help.
Navigating healthcare and health insurance resources can be complex, and creating effective programs can take a lot of time, resources and relationships. But if you are just looking for a place to start, try this Teeny Toolkit with four small things that you can do to connect your community to healthcare.
This toolkit shares the process of organizing an Artists' Health Fair, with suggestions of resources and types of organizations to invite, and planning, budgeting and promotional resources. The toolkits include electronic templates to use when creating your program or community events.
Learn more about the Artists' Health Fair by watching Meet Jane.
Artist-Created Outreach Tools: Graphics and Videos
The tools previewed below are free for individuals and organizations to use to help their communities understand how to get and use health insurance, connect to community healthcare providers, and seek preventive healthcare. You can use these resources to promote programs, share via social media, distribute at events or in combination with other resources you offer. Simply fill out the request form and we'll send you an email with links to use any, or all, the tools you see below.
Graphics to Promote Preventive Health Screenings and Insurance:
Watch Meet Jack for an intro to health insurance terminology:
Meet Hannah, a dancer, and learn tips for getting and keeping health insurance in Minnesota:
Our toolkit walks you, step-by-step, through the process of creating a Healthcare Voucher Program and Preventive Health Screening Day, complete with logistical pointers and lessons we’ve learned from our program in the Twin Cities. The toolkits include electronic templates to use when creating your program or community events.
Using Springboard's Health Fair Toolkit, the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council organized a fair for Health and housing resources. This toolkit walks through that planning, invitation and budgeting process, and shares Be Well!, a mini-toolkit on wellenss tactics for artists.