Zero To Three Policy Center and the Center for Law and Social Poverty have released four papers making the case for national investment in babies' good health. Download the full policy briefs and find out more:
- Low-income infants, toddlers, parents, and pregnant woman should have quality, affordable, publicly-financed health insurance.
- Young children and families need the full range of preventive, acute, and specialty health care services — ideally in the context of a medical home — to ensure they grow healthy and strong.
- Infants, toddlers, and parents should have access to appropriate screening, diagnosis, and treatment services to meet their mental health needs.
- Pregnant women, infants, and toddlers need access to nutritious food, particularly important during this time period.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017