Congressional Briefing: Child Hunger

Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, Dr. Maureen Black, spoke on a panel during a Congressional Briefing at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC. Feeding America and Share Our Strength’s […]

Masachusetts FY13 Reforms to Address Family Homelessness

Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigators, Dr. Frank and Dr. Sandel wrote letters to Governor Patrick as well as the leadership in both the House and the Senate urging the necessity of clarifying the […]

Comments on the 2012 Farm Bill: Protect SNAP; Children cannot eat retroactively

In response to the opportunity to submit feedback on the Farm Bill via the House Committee on Agriculture’s website, Children’s HealthWatch researchers submitted comments to express deep concern about the cuts to […]

Proposed Cuts to “Heat and Eat” SNAP Benefit Coordination

Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigators wrote a letter to Senate and House Agriculture Committee Leadership.

Proposed Cuts to “Heat and Eat” SNAP Benefit Coordination

Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigators wrote a letter to Senate and House Agriculture Committee Leadership.

Regarding Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service Request for Information: Research on the Causes, Characteristics, and Consequences of Childhood Hunger and Food Insecurity

Dr. John Cook, Children’s HealthWatch Principal Investigator, submitted public comments on behalf of Children’s HealthWatch to a request for information by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service. The […]

The public health crisis of food insecurity and interventions that work: The Child Nutrition Programs

Testimony to the US House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration and Related Agencies.