Seedco Continues to Help Thousands of Maryland Families to Access Health Coverage

Seedco’s Navigator program in the Upper Eastern Shore of Maryland has helped thousands of Marylanders enroll in affordable health insurance since the program launched in 2013. Read one consumer’s powerful testimonial about the support they received from Seedco.

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Memphis Works Videos Highlight Seedco’s Mid-South Career Pathways Collaborative

Our partners at the Greater Memphis Alliance for a Competitive Workforce recently released two videos featuring participants and staff from Seedco’s Training to Work program, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. Seedco’s Mid-South Career Pathways Collaborative helps men and women enrolled in state or local work release programs in the Memphis area gain the job skills necessary for in-demand occupations as they reintegrate back into society. Seedco also operates this program in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Seedco Awarded a Maryland Health Benefit Exchange Connector Entity Program Grant for Navigator Services in Upper Eastern Shore Region of Maryland

In May 2016, Seedco was awarded a $1.017 million grant by the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange to continue its valuable work providing consumer healthcare access to residents of the Upper Eastern Shore Region of Maryland. Since 2013, Seedco has led efforts to increase health care access in the region with key partners such as the Eastern Shore AHEC, Triangle Health Alliance, and West Cecil Health Center.

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Seedco awarded $950,000 through federal Connecting Kids to Coverage campaign to enroll Maryland children in health coverage

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has awarded Seedco $950,000 to enroll eligible Maryland children in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) as part of the Connecting Kids to Coverage campaign. Seedco will target populations with lower health coverage rates, with a special emphasis on Latino children, children living in rural areas from the […]

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Brookings Institution Study Highlights Seedco’s Earn Benefits Program

The Brookings Institution recently released a study of Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH), a hospital in Takoma Park, Maryland, that highlighted their partnership with Seedco to help patients enroll in benefits through our EarnBenefits Online software. The report noted that “the partnership with Seedco is an important new dimension to WAH’s ability to address the full […]

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Tara Colton, SVP of Programs is a NYN Rising Star Awardee!

Seedco congratulates Tara Colton, our Senior Vice President of Programs, on being named one of New York’s Rising Stars in the nonprofit sector. For the first time this year, New York Nonprofit (NYN) Media is recognizing 40 of New York’s Rising Stars in the nonprofit world under the age of 40, and Seedco is proud […]

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Brian Bannister receives 2015 NYCETC Opportunity Award

We are very pleased to announce that Brian Bannister, our Community Engagement Coordinator for Seedco’s Strong Fathers Stronger Families (SFSF) program, is one of the 2015 NYCETC Opportunity Award winners of the Bonnie Potter Workforce Frontline Staff Award. Through SFSF, Seedco and its community-based partners across New York City help low-income fathers to enter and […]

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Affordable Care Act: Supreme Court’s King v. Burwell Ruling

A major provider of ACA Navigator services, Seedco has operated ACA Navigator Programs in Georgia, Tennessee, Maryland and New York since 2012 In response to the Supreme Court’s  ruling in King v. Burwell, Barbara Dwyer Gunn, President and CEO of Seedco made the following statement:. “Seedco has been very involved in helping thousands of Americans […]

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SNAP/Food Stamps: Feeding Families, Feeding the Economy Panel Discussion and Luncheon Recap

On March 11, 2015, we hosted a SNAP/Food Stamps: Feeding Families, Feeding the Economy at Morrison & Foerster, LLP. The primary goal of the discussion was to bring more attention to the positive impact of SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-formerly Food Stamps). SNAP is widely considered to be the nation’s most important hunger prevention program, improving economic, health, and social outcomes for low-income families and communities.

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Fatherhood Director Provides Technical Assistance to District 79 Staff

Our Strong Fathers, Stronger Families Director recently spoke at the Pathways to Graduation Support Staff Professional Development Workshop (District 79) in New York City. District 79 serves over 5000 students between the ages 17-22. This district works with a high proportion of students with disabilities, ESL students, the economically disadvantaged and students who have previously […]

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