Recent Publications

Child Health Letter Writing Sample Letter

Sample letter for writing a letter to Congress regarding children's health coverage.

2007 GrandFacts for Relative Caregivers in Arkansas

Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in Michigan. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.

Consensus Child Health Principles FINAL.pdf

As we work to improve health coverage in the United States, we must renew our commitment to children’s health to ensure all children receive the care they need when they need it so they can grow into healthy, productive adults.

GrandFacts Ohio 2010.pdf

Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in Ohio. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.

Health Care Reform for Children - Going Beyond CHIP

The current children’s health care system – Medicaid and CHIP – leaves millions of children uninsured and underinsured.

2007 GrandFacts for Relative Caregivers in Illinois

Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in Illinois. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.

Cradle to Prison Pipeline Alabama Factsheet

Cradle to Prison Pipeline Alabama Factsheet

cradle-prison-pipeline-south-carolina-2008-fact-sheet.pdf

Cradle to Prison Pipeline South Carolina fact sheet

Priorities for Ensuring that the Reauthorization of ESEA Adequately Addresses the Needs of Poor and Vulnerable Children

CDF priorities for the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

Fact sheet: Children Need Health Coverage Now

Nearly 9 million children in America – one out of every nine – have no health coverage. Far too many infants in the United States are born at low birthweight and/or die in their first year of life. Lack of coverage to ensure access to even basic health screenings and services can have devastating effects. Uninsured children are almost five times as likely to go more than two years without seeing a doctor as a covered child and, when they do go to a hospital for treatment of some conditions, uninsured children are twice as likely to die in the hospital as a child with health coverage.This fact sheet lists the key reasons why all children need health coverage now.

Cradle to Prison Pipeline Vermont fact sheet

Cradle to Prison Pipeline Vermont fact sheet

2005 State of America's Children, Chapter 2, Child Health

"Child Health: Fighting Poverty and Poor Health," Chapter 1 of the 2005 State of America's Children report.

2011 Child Health Fact Sheet for Louisiana

The 2011 factsheet on children's health coverage in Louisiana

2011 Child Health Fact Sheet for Rhode Island

The 2011 factsheet on children's health coverage in Rhode Island

cradle-prison-pipeline-arizona-2009-fact-sheet.pdf

Cradle to prison pipleline fact sheet: Arizona

Champions for Children's Health Stroller Brigade Church Bulletin Insert

Champions for Children's Health Stroller Brigade Church Bulletin Insert

Legislation Overview: All Healthy Children Act (longer version)

Nine million children under age 19 in the United States have no health insurance. Every 46 seconds, another child is born uninsured in America. Almost 90% of these children live in households with working parents and more than half live in two-parent households. Many of these children are eligible for coverage under Medicaid and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) but are not enrolled in existing programs in large part because of different eligibility and enrollment barriers that make it difficult to obtain or keep coverage. The All Healthy Children Act (H.R. 1688) is a logical, smart and achievable incremental next step to close the child health insurance gap and guarantee all children the health coverage they need to survive, thrive and learn.

2007 GrandFacts for Relative Caregivers in Massachusetts

Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in Massachusetts. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.

GrandFacts Alaska 2010.pdf

Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in Alaska. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.

2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines - Alaska

2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines - Alaska

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