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The California Essentials for Childhood Initiative uses a public health and collective impact approach to align and enhance collaborative efforts to promote safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for children, youth and families through systems, policy and social norms change.

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Youth Thrive Survey Now Available FREE

Bonnie Berman ·
The Youth Thrive Survey, which collects data on Protective and Promotive Factors data, is now available to all organizations free of charge! This valid and reliable web-based survey from the Center for the Study of Social Policy measures the presence, strength, and growth of the Youth Thrive Protective and Promotive Factors as proxy indicators of well-being. Co-designed with youth and young adults and taking less than 15 minutes to complete, the survey can be an effective tool for informing...
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Kidsdata Needs Your Input!

Olivia Kirkland ·
The Kidsdata team is devoted to providing the evidence you need to improve children's health and well being. How can we better support your work? What would make the site more useful to you? Now’s your chance to tell us ! Please share your thoughts in a brief survey . In about 10 minutes, you can help shape the future of Kidsdata. The survey will close September 1 . After completing the survey, you can enter a drawing to win one of five $50 Amazon gift cards. You will also have the...
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Public Health Insurance Expansion for Immigrant Children and Interstate Migration of Low-Income Immigrants [jamanetwork.com]

By Vasil I. Yasenov, Duncan Lawrence, Fernando S. Mendoza, et al., JAMA Pediatrics, November 18, 2019 Key Points Question Is state-level expansion of public health insurance coverage to non–US-born children and pregnant women associated with increased in-migration of eligible immigrant families from other states? Findings In this difference-in-differences analysis of data on 208 060 immigrants from the American Community Survey from 2000 through 2016, no association was found between...
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