Our Impact

The Children’s Partnership holds itself to definable outcomes that lead to improvements in the lives of children and families. These impacts include definition of an agenda for children on emerging issue areas where no such agenda exists, significant changes in federal and state policy to improve health and educational opportunities, and direct health and educational benefits for children and families in California communities.

What We've Done: 2016 Highlights

150 thousand undocumented children enrolled in full-scope Medi-Cal.
14 thousand transition-aged youth will have access to their child welfare records through an electronic tool that will be featured on California's new welfare case management system.
35 thousand of California's young children whose families are enrolled in early childhood home visiting can benefit from integrating oral health activities in those programs.
10 million messages on ways to improve kids' health coverage and care were delivered thanks to new ALL IN For Health partners.
811 Wilshire Boulevard is our new home in Downtown Los Angeles.
and more!

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Our Impact in Action

Through our unique model, our work has impacted the lives of millions of children in California and across the nation. Read our case stories.


For more than two decades, The Children's Partnership (TCP) has had two primary areas of focus: "Improving the Health of America's Kids" and “Connecting Kids to Digital Opportunities.” This interactive timeline tells that story. Scroll through using the arrows on either side of each entry.

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