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Testimony: Supporting Families with Children in NYC Shelters

Good afternoon, members of the committee, and thank you for the opportunity to speak with you. My name is Chloe Smith, and as the director of programs at Children’s Health Fund, I lead CHF’s Healthy and Ready to Learn program. Today we are hearing about ways that New York City can better support families with

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Dr. Arturo Brito on the Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Join us for an insightful episode with Dr. Arturo Brito, President and Chief Executive Officer of Children’s Health Fund. Dr. Brito discusses his background and Children’s Health Fund’s top goals for 2024, as well as the benefits of public-private partnerships and innovative technologies in achieving their mission. Explore their approach to addressing communities’ mental health

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Childhood Hunger in the United States: An Unacceptable Reality

Too many children in the United States know the pain of trying to fall asleep hungry. Missing meals. Not knowing if their family will have enough money for food. Struggling to pay attention in school. Not having energy to play. More than 7 million U.S. children experience these issues on a daily basis. They live

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Testimony: Proposed Budget Cuts Would Directly Affect Children

Good morning, members of the committee, and thank you for the opportunity to speak with you. I am Arturo Brito, president and chief executive officer of Children’s Health Fund (CHF). I am also a community pediatrician. At CHF, we lead a national network to bring comprehensive healthcare to children growing up in under-resourced communities and

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Children’s Health Fund Responds to Perry High School Shooting

The sorrow surrounding the tragic events at Perry High School in Perry, Iowa is beyond words. We hope that, finally, our nation’s leaders will take decisive action to put an end to the senseless gun deaths that strike the nation every day. Children’s Health Fund strongly urges our nation’s leaders to act now, including through

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