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Resilience Clinic Brings Support to Flint


Children's Health Fund Mobile Clinic Deployed in Flint

The children of Flint, Michigan are facing an unprecedented health crisis from lead contamination in the water. The toxic lead has left thousands of children at risk for severe health problems and developmental delays. Children's Health Fund has responded to the crisis by deploying a mobile medical clinic to address the medical needs of these extremely vulnerable children.

New York Times: "After a Border Crossing, a Joyous Haven in the South Bronx"

The New York Times reports on the innovative Terra Firma program. A collaboration between Children's Health Fund and Catholic Charities, in conjunction with the Montefiore Medical Center, Terra Firma is designed to provide integrated medical, mental health, legal and social services to unaccompanied immigrant children all under one roof.

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.


Children’s Health Fund Calls on Lawmakers to Grant Immigrant Children Access to Health Care


Children’s Health Fund has published a new report calling on legislators to ensure that the nation’s most vulnerable children have access to timely, continuous, and quality health care regardless of their or their families’ legal status or country of origin.

Florida Kids Get Their First Medical Checkups at Children's Health Fund Mobile Clinic



NYC Study Based on Children's Health Fund Survey Finds One in Five Kids Struggling with Mental Health Issues


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Irwin Redlener: We Need Grown-Up Investments for Kids


Irwin Redlener, M.D., co-founder and president of Children's Health Fund, speaks at The Washington Post Live Children and Families Summit on March 5, 2013.

Watch the entire summit here.


The Washington Post: "Obama talks poverty, but..."


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