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How to Describe The Children’s Partnership

The Children’s Partnership (TCP) is a California–based national children’s advocacy organization committed to improving the lives of underserved children where they live,learn, and play with breakthrough solutions at the intersection of research, policy, and community engagement. 

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Staff Experts 

  • Children’s Issues in California and National Health Care: Mayra E. Alvarez 
  • California-Based Children’s Health Coverage: Kristen Golden-Testa
  • Children’s Dental Health, Telehealth for Children, School-Based Health Care Campaigns: Liliana Velazquez
  • Health Information Technology and Vulnerable Children: Beth Morrow and Korey Capozza
  • Advocacy for Children’s Issues: Aracely Navarro

Latest Press Releases and Statements 

Jenny Kattlove Responds to Dental Reimbursement Rate Review

SANTA MONICA, CA (July 6, 2015) – The California Department of Health Care Services released a highly anticipated review of reimbursement rates in the Denti-Cal program. While statutorily required, a recent state audit of Medi-Cal’s dental program released in December 2014 found that annual rate reviews had not…

Wendy Lazarus Responds to King V. Burwell Supreme Court Decision

SANTA MONICA, CA (June 25, 2015) – “Today, justice was upheld for millions of children and families across America who need affordable health coverage and, once again, the intent of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) prevails. The ACA has been crucial in making children’s coverage…

Wendy Lazarus Responds to California Budget Agreement

    SACRAMENTO, CA (June 16, 2015) – In response to the budget agreement reached by California Governor Jerry Brown and the California Legislative leadership today, Wendy Lazarus, Founder and Co-President of The Children’s Partnership, issued the following statement: “Today’s budget agreement represents a milestone…

Twin Rivers Unified School District Helps Families Enroll Into Affordable Health Coverage Before February 15 Covered California Open Enrollment Deadline

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA (February 10, 2015) – On Tuesday afternoon, students, families, educators, and community members came together at Highlands High School to learn about and enroll into affordable health coverage. The enrollment event was part of The Children’s Partnership’s ALL IN for Health 22-day statewide campaign with schools, early learning centers, and after-school…

Encina Preparatory 6-12 School Helps Families Enroll into Affordable Health Coverage Before the February 15 Covered California Open Enrollment Deadline

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA (February 7, 2015) – On Saturday, students, families, educators, and community members came together at Encina Preparatory 6-12 School to learn about and enroll into affordable health coverage. The enrollment event was part of The Children’s Partnership’s ALL IN for Health 22-day statewide campaign withschools, early learning centers,…

Montebello Unified School District Joins Statewide School-Based Outreach Effort to Enroll Families into Affordable Health Coverage Before February 15 Covered California Open Enrollment Deadline

MONTEBELLO, CALIFORNIA (January 24, 2015) – On Saturday, students, families, educators, and community members came together at the Montebello Teacher’s Association Conference Center to learn about and enroll into affordable health coverage. The enrollment event was part of The Children’s Partnership’s ALL IN for Health 22-day statewide campaign with schools, early…

Natomas Unified School District Joins Statewide School-Based Effort To Enroll Families Into Affordable Health Coverage Before February 15 Covered California Open Enrollment Deadline

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA (January 24, 2015) – On Saturday, students, families, educators, and community members came together at Natomas High School to learn about and enroll into affordable health coverage. The enrollment event was part of The Children’s Partnership’s ALL IN for Health 22-day statewide campaign with schools, early learning centers,…

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