Use this paper form as preparation to complete the Readiness Assessment survey to see if your organization is ready to become a Benefits Enrollment Center.
This guide provides a comprehensive process for developing and implementing a Benefits Enrollment Center.
This toolkit provides links to resources and materials that can be useful to those implementing a Benefits Enrollment Center (BEC).
This sample flyer, from the Benefits Enrollment Center at Jewish Family Services of Atlantic County, NJ, explains the purpose of the BEC and provides basic eligibility information for people with Medicare who may qualify for core benefits.
This sample training agenda was developed by the Tennessee Commission on Aging & Disability for training staff and volunteers of their Benefits Enrollment Center.
This document highlights benefits outreach activities performed by Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) groups across the state of Washington.
This report summarizes the lessons learned from the third generation of Benefits Enrollment Centers (BECs) funded by NCOA’s Center for Benefits Access.
The following is a checklist of characteristics that could be useful in identifying organizations to implement a partner model for benefits outreach and enrollment.
This sample spreadsheet provides an example of how a Benefits Enrollment Center can effectively track the number of benefits applications submitted for monthly reporting purposes.
This sample tracking form (Excel format) provides a template for how to create a simple tool to follow up with clients of your Benefits Enrollment Center.