New Policy Report: Housing as a Health Care Investment
Research from Children’s HealthWatch shows public investment in housing—including housing for homeless families and rental assistance for food-insecure families—improves the health outcomes of vulnerable infants and young children and lowers health care spending.
New Policy Brief: Cultivating Healthy Communities
Lessons from the Field on Addressing Food Insecurity in Health Care Settings
New Peer Reviewed Journal Article
Trends in Household and Child Food Insecurity Among Families with Young Children from 2007 to 2013
New Policy Report: Estimating the Health Costs of Hunger in America
Last year alone, hunger and food insecurity increased health expenditures in the United States by $160 billion.
Monitoring Children’s Health on the Front Lines of Care
Children’s HealthWatch is a nonpartisan network of pediatricians, public health researchers, and children’s health and policy experts committed to improving children’s health in America.