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National Network

Spotlight on Immigrant Health

Children’s Health Fund’s national network is uniquely qualified to serve the needs of immigrant children including undocumented and unaccompanied children, refugees, and U.S.-born children with undocumented parents, guardians, or siblings.

The national network provides quality, culturally competent care and connects families to social and legal services. Our partners in New Orleans and New York sustain medical-legal partnerships focused on meeting immigration related needs, and several programs offer extensive case management and mental health services to support the needs of immigrant and refugee patients.

Our national network partners also screen for adverse childhood experiences and social determinants of health, referring patients accordingly.

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