Housing, Child Health and Healthy Communities

Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Children’s HealthWatch Research and Policy Director, presented on housing and health at Habitat Charlotte’s Building Futures: A Symposium on Affordable Housing.

Connecting the Dots: How Safe, Affordable Housing Can Improve Individual and Family Health

Richard Sheward, Children’s HealthWatch Senior Policy Analyst – State Policy delivered a presentation on health and housing at the Bronx Health and Housing Consortium’s 5th Annual Convening.

The Impact of Hunger on Youth

Children’s HealthWatch founder and Principal Investigator, Dr. Deborah Frank presented “The Impact of Hunger on Youth ” at Rhode Island In Action: Feeding Children Where They Live, Learn, and Play, in Providence, Rhode Island […]

Congressional Hunger Center Fellows – Training on Hunger and Public Health

Children’s HealthWatch research and Policy Director, Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, led a training on hunger and public health for the incoming class of Congressional Hunger Center Fellows.         […]

Researchers Discuss Links between Affordable Housing and Family Well-being

Presented at the NLIHC 2015 Housing Legislative Forum on housing stability and child health.

Hunger and Health: Connecting Patients to Food Assistance

On June 23, 2015, Children’s HealthWatch founder and Principal Investigator, Dr. Deborah Frank, presented on a webinar about why doctors care about hunger and the Hunger Vital Sign™, an easy two-question screener validated by Children’s HealthWatch.

NHC 2015 Annual Policy Symposium: How Housing Can Help Individuals and Families Succeed

Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, Dr. Megan Sandel, presented at the National Housing Conference Annual Policy Symposium, “How Housing Can Help Individuals and Families Succeed”, on Friday, June 12, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Dr. Sandel gave a presentation that discussed results of recent research on health impacts of homelessness on children and expectant mothers.

Home Matters for Health on Long Island

Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Children’s HealthWatch Research and Policy Director, presented on housing and health at the Home Matters for Health on Long Island conference.

Born to Thrive Minnesota Summit: Growing Strong, Smart Kids through Healthy Eating and Active Play

On December 9, 2014, Dr. Diana Cutts, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator and Pediatrician at Hennepin County Medical Center, presented at the Born to Thrive Minnesota Summit on Perspectives from the […]

Expanding the State Earned Income Tax Credit: Reducing the Housing Affordability Gap for Low-income families in Massachusetts

On December 11, 2014, Children’s HealthWatch presented results from a four-month planning process to better understand how an increased Massachusetts Earned Income Tax Credit could be used as a strategy to […]