Category: Current News

NEW! Kids At Risk Action Demonstrates how Trauma Impacts Children and how Traumatized Children Impact our Communities

(This post duplicated from the CISION PRWeb website accessed 6/6/18.) US: Kids At Risk Action Demonstrates how Trauma Impacts Children and how Traumatized Children Impact our Communities (Includes video) (Press release) Invisible Children, Kids At Risk Action (KARA) – May

Ignoring Safe Sleep Progress Risks Increasing Safe Sleep Deaths

(This post is duplicated from an original NICHQ article accessed 3/9/18.) Ignoring Safe Sleep Progress Risks Increasing Safe Sleep Deaths – NICHQ Insights The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently released a journal article and commentary focused on national and

Florida Department of Health in Volusia County Newsletter

The Florida Department of Health in Volusia County is pleased to provide a copy of their latest newsletter – the Fall 2017 EPI-LOG. This issue includes: Hepatitis A Food safety Disease activity Influenza update Florida Department of Health in Volusia

Paid Family Leave

(The information in this post is duplicated from an original AMCHP email received 6/13/17.) Paid Family Leave The Urban Institute published a brief that illustrates the patchwork of public and private policies that do not meet the needs of working mothers. The

AECF: Not enough is being done to help children overcome “toxic stress”

US: AECF: Not enough is being done to help children overcome “toxic stress” WKRC – June 05, 2017 Maria Piombo of Central Clinic Behavior Health said that 80 percent of the kids they see have had “toxic stress” and instead

How Healthy Families Resolve Conflict

US: How healthy families resolve conflict Tribune – December 20, 2016 Every family experiences trying moments. Even emotionally healthy clans have their share of drama, misunderstandings and hurt feelings. What’s different about healthy families is how they handle their inevitable struggles.

A Community based program of mentoring mothers in recovery to establish infrastructure and patterns of success: What would that look like?

A Community based program of mentoring mothers in recovery to establish infrastructure and patterns of success: What would that look like? In a nutshell, we could create opportunities for young mothers and their families who are affected by drug addiction,

Florida Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Newsletters

(Some information in this post is duplicated from the FL MIECHV website accessed 3/6/17.) MIECHV Newsletters Florida is implementing the federal Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Initiative through a public-private partnership. Led by the Florida Association of

Center for the Study of Social Policy Blog

(The information in this posted is duplicated from the CSSP website accessed 3/6/17.) Center for the Study of Social Policy – New Blog! The Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) uses data, extensive community experience and a focus

Say Ahhh! A Health Policy Blog from Georgetown University

Say Ahhh! A Health Policy Blog The Center for Children & Families (CCF), part of the Health Policy Institute at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, is an independent, nonpartisan policy and research center with a mission