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National

Advocacy

Millions of children in the United States are medically underserved: they have limited access to health care, lack health insurance, face transportation barriers, fall through the social safety net or simply don’t have access to a doctor because of a shortage of health professionals.

CHF works to address each of these issues and more, both on the ground through our programs and through experience-based advocacy on behalf of public policies that address these barriers to care.

National Network

Programs and Affiliates

Children’s Health Fund (CHF) develops and supports a National Network of 22 programs and two affiliates in 16 different states and the District of Columbia. Seventeen of the programs/affiliates are based at academic medical centers, the other seven at Federally Qualified Health Centers.

Our History

Children’s Health Fund is committed to providing health care to the children who need it most. Our innovative programs reach out to children in their neighborhoods and at school, helping to ensure that they're healthy and ready to succeed.

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