Children's Health Insurance Outreach Program (CHIP)

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Delaware County Council is reaching out to Delaware County families to make sure they know that all children in Pennsylvania have access to health insurance.

Council continues an initiative to educate families about the availability of Pennsylvania's free and low-cost health insurance program (CHIP) with the goal of obtaining health insurance for children who are uninsured. Through the Department of Intercommunity Health Coordination, CHIP applications are available to Delaware County families. Staff is also available to assist residents with questions and the application process.

In addition, Council and Intercommunity Health Coordination work with a coalition called Insuring Delaware County's Children, today in an effort to increase the enrollment of children in PA CHIP.

For more in-depth information on CHIP please visit their web site at

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