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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.

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.

Miami's First Telemedicine-Enabled Mobile Medical Clinic to Make a Difference for Underserved Local Children


Children's Health Fund and Verizon Foundation launched a national health information technology initiative yesterday. The first telemedicine clinic on wheels will connect children to University of Miami Miller School of Medicine specialists.  Read more....

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.


Colgate-Palmolive Partners With Children's Health Fund to Encourage Healthy Lifestyles During Black History Month


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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


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