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Appendix A for the Child and Family Services Improvement Act - Selected Resources on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Data, Research, and Policy and Programmatic Approaches.
Champions for Children's Health Stroller Brigade Example Run of Show
Nothing short of a transforming movement bubbling up from every nook and cranny of America demanding that every child be able to live, learn, thrive and reach safe adulthood and their highest potential will transform America’s values and priorities.
Ensuring that all children, particularly the most vulnerable children with mental health problems, have access to comprehensive, affordable health coverage is not only smart and cost-effective, but it can play an important role in their overall health and well-being.
Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in New Mexico. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.
The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides child-appropriate health services to more than 8 million children in working families across America. Since its enactment in 1997, CHIP has helped to cut the number of uninsured children in half to the lowest level on record, while improving health outcomes and access to care. Created specifically for children, CHIP’s benefits and provider networks are designed to ensure children have access to child-appropriate services, providers, specialists, and facilities. Cost-sharing for CHIP (when states choose to apply it) is affordable for families so they can access the services their children need.
Cradle to Prison Pipeline Utah fact sheet
Overview and summary of the Cradle to Prison Pipeline crisis, with national data.
Fifty years ago, on July 30, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed legislation creating Medicaid for "protection or security against the economic effects of sickness," and for fifty years, Medicaid has done just that for millions of children and low-income families across America.
Kinship care state fact sheet for grandparents and other relatives raising children in Colorado. Provides information on state-specific data, public policies, and local resources and programs for kinship families.
Investigadores en la criminología de la conducta delictiva durante el ciclo vital se distancian de lo que John Wright, un profesor en la División de Derecho Criminal en la Universidad de Cincinnati, llama “viejos clichés que aseguran que la pobreza predice el grado de delincuencia o que los ciclos económicos predicen el grado de delincuencia”.
Education Glossary of Terms
The 2011 factsheet on children's health coverage in Idaho
Cradle Prison Pipeline fact Sheet: Idaho
A summary of the provisions in the Improving Education for Homeless and Foster Children with Disabilities in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvements Act of 2004 (P.L. 108-446)
The 2011 factsheet on children's health coverage in Alaska
This document outlines the components that are required by the federal Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 in order for a state or tribe to comply with the Notification of Relatives Provision (Section 103) of the law.
Cradle to Prison Pipeline Iowa Factsheet
Fact sheet on health disparities as it relates to the Cradle to Prison Pipeline crisis.