The Children's Health Fund, through the clinical experience of the National Program of Children's Health Projects, works to convey the unique health needs of medically underserved children, families, and advocates for the best public policies that can address those needs.
Read about and access our archives of advocacy and related research publications, below. For more information, please send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letter from CHF Co-Founders Urging Senator to Vote Against an Amendment to Weaken Health Prevention Provision in Health Reform Law, Sept 10, 2010
Children’s Health Fund and The National Center for Disaster Preparedness, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. August 23, 2010
Children's Health Fund Policy Brief, August 2010
Report and Recommendations from Disaster Case Management in Louisiana: A Roundtable on Recovery from Hurricane Katrina, Rita, Gustav & Ike.
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) has reached epidemic proportions - particularly among
African-American and Hispanic children living in poverty. For most newly diagnosed children,
T2DM is associated with obesity. The Children=s Health Fund is committed to public health
action to prevent overweight and obesity, and in so doing prevent T2DM. For children at risk, we
must develop more effective screening and earlier intervention to limit the often devastating
consequences of diabetes, which may include eye disorders such as blindness, cataracts and
glaucoma; circulatory disorders and heart disease; nerve damage; toe, foot and leg amputations;
and kidney failure.