Promoting Young Chidlren’s Healthy Development in Medicaid and CHIP
Medicaid, along with CHIP, serves four out of five young children in poverty. Yet Medicaid can do more to elevate the needs of these children. This paper examines ways for state and federal policymakers to use Medicaid and CHIP to more effectively put young children on the best path for success in school and in life.
Start How You Want to Finish: System-Stretching Strategies for Advancing Birth Equity
Archived Meeting Resources January 9, 2023
This session was presented during the BUILD 2022 National Conference.
A Continued Call to Action: Building a Comprehensive Birth-to-Three Strategy in the District of Columbia
Report April 14, 2022
Through this brief, we share DC’s infant/toddler story — the recent investments and decisions, the evolution of its approach and strategies, and the people who made this progress possible. As other state and community leaders seek to create comprehensive systems of care for young children and their families, DC’s story shows what the future might look like.
Maternal Mortality Review Committees: Sharing Power with Communities
Report March 24, 2022
This report from Black Mamas Matter Alliance, summarizes the findings of an environmental scan in nine states that the Alliance conducted in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Association for Maternal and Child Health Programs.