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Red Nose Day in Detroit 2016

For the second year in a row, Children's Health Fund is one of the beneficiaries of Red Nose Day, a nationwide effort to help children in poverty. With the help of Red Nose Day funding, Children’s Health Fund brings medical care to those who need it most. In Detroit, our mobile clinics “Hank” and “Clara” spend their days at schools like Dixon Educational Learning Academy, providing primary medical care and programs that are essential to ensure that kids are healthy and ready to learn.

Crisis in the Classroom

Crisis in the Classroom: How Untreated Medical Problems
Are Seen to Interfere With School Performance

A Survey of New York City Public School Leadership

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Impact Newsletter Fall 2013

IMPACT reports on the ways Children's Health Fund is bringing health care services to medically underserved children and families all across America.


Family Asthma Guide

This child-friendly, colorful guide explains what asthma is, what triggers it, and how an asthma management plan can help.

Tackling Asthma: School Leaders Team Up With Children's Health Fund


Asthma costs children millions of school days per year. We're working with the Council of School Supervisors & Administrators to explore the problem and find solutions.

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NY1 Reports on How Children's Health Fund Is Bringing Critical Health Care Services to Children -- and Adults -- Affected by Hurricane Sandy


Putting Guidelines Into Practice: Improving Documentation of Pediatric Asthma Management Using a Decision-Making Tool

Alan Shapiro, MD; Delaney Gracy, MD, MPH; Wendy Quinones, BSN, MSN, CPNP; Jo Applebaum, MPH, CPH; Ariel Sarmiento, MPH, CPH. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 2011; 165: 412-418

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