Reports & Resources - Health
Children's Health Coverage Resources
How Many Children in Your County Would Lose Low-Cost Healthy Families Coverage?
This is an overview and chart of the effects of the Governor's proposal to completely eliminate the Healthy Families Program provided by the 100% Campaign.
Trends in the Health of Young Children in California
This research brief by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research examined trends in health among Californian children from a wide range of ethnicities and economic backgrounds. Finds that many of California's three million children ages 0-5 grow up in environments where their health may limit their social, emotional and academic development.
National Child Health Chartbook
The health of children is affected by the education and income levels of their parents, according to a state-by-state study recently published by the Commission to Build a Healthier America at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The study illustrates how much parents' income and education levels play a role when in children's health. See how California compares.
Preventable Child Hospitalizations in California
This brief looks at the number of preventable hospitalizations in California each year and the role Children's Health Initiatives have in reducing those visits.
Too Close to Turn Back: Covering America's Children
This report by Georgetown's Center for Children and Families,describes the what's at stake for children in the debate over reauthorization of the federal SCHIP program, the progress the country has made in covering children and the key issues that need to be addressed to move forward.
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Useful Children's Health Coverage Links
The 100 Percent Campaign
California Children's Health Initiatives
California Health Care Foundation
UCLA Health Policy Institute
UCLA California Health Interview Survey
Georgetown University's Center for Children and Families
The California Endowment
The California Wellness Foundation
Blue Shield of California Foundation