Campaign for Children's Health Care


Campaign for Children's Health Care

The Campaign for Children's Health Care is an American issue advocacy campaign dedicated to making high-quality, affordable health insurance coverage for all of America's children a top national priority. The Campaign seeks to raise awareness about the 9 million uninsured children in America and the millions more who are underinsured. [ [http://www.childrenshealthcampaign.org/assets/pdf/America-s-Uninsured-Kids.pdf America's Uninsured Children (Campaign for Children's Health Care fact sheet)] ]

Campaign Partners

The following organizations are partners in the Campaign: [ [http://www.childrenshealthcampaign.org/about/campaign-partners.html Campaign for Children's Health Care: Campaign Partners] ]

* AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and Families

* Alliance for Children and Families

* American Academy of Pediatrics

* American Academy of Physician Assistants
* American Association on Mental Retardation

* American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees

* American Federation of Teachers

* American Medical Student Association

* American Occupational Therapy Association

* American Public Health Association

* Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses

* Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America

* Catholic Health Association of The United States

* Catholic Health Initiatives

* Child Welfare League of America

* The Children's Defense Fund
* The Children's Health Fund

* The Children's Partnership
* Coalition on Human Needs

* Consumers Union

* Council for Health and Human Services Ministries of the United Church of Christ

* Docs for Tots

* Every Child Matters Education Fund

* Families USA

* Jewish Council for Public Affairs

* Lutheran Services in America

* MomsRising.org

* National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
* National Association for Children's Behavioral Health

* National Association of Community Health Centers

* National Association of Mental Health Planning Advisory Councils

* National Association of State Head Injury Administrators

* National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors

* National Center for Law and Economic Justice

* National Coalition of Mental Health Professionals and Consumers, Inc.

* National Head Start Association

* National Health Law Program

* National Immigration Law Center

* National Indian Health Board

* National Partnership for Women and Families

* National Respite Coalition

* NETWORK, a National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

* Parents Action for Children

* Presbyterian Church (USA)

* RESULTS

* Society for Adolescent Medicine

* Summit Health Institute for Research and Education, Inc.

* Union for Reform Judaism

* Universal Health Care Action Network

References

External links

* [http://www.childrenshealthcampaign.org/?source=wikipedia Official Website]
* [http://ga3.org/campaign/petition_main?source=wikipedia Petition for Children's Health Care]


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