https://childrenshealthwatch.org/wp-content/uploads/HealthyHousing.jpg 274 400 admin https://childrenshealthwatch.org/wp-content/uploads/CHW-25-anniversary-full-color_small.png admin2006-11-07 00:00:002017-04-04 14:53:05Subsidized Housing and the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Are Linked to Improved Growth Outcomes for Young Children of Color
Subsidized Housing and the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Are Linked to Improved Growth Outcomes for Young Children of Color
by Alan F. Meyers, Carol Berkowitz, Deborah A. Frank, Diana B. Cutts, John T. Cook, Mariana Chilton, Maureen M. Black, Nicole Neault, Nieves Zaldivar, Patrick H. Casey, Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Suzette Levenson, Timothy Heeren, Zhaoyan Yang
You might also like
Linking food insecurity and child development: The development effects of food insecurity in young, low-income Black and…
- Kids face the greatest risk of eviction of any age group. The consequences can last a lifetime.
- Remarks from Gloria Cabrera on the impact of expanded family tax credits during the Healthy Families Tax Credits Coalition celebratory event November 8, 2023
- WIC Needs Immediate Funding to Protect the Health and Well-Being of Children