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.
In an unforgettable year, we have achieved new milestones in the fight for health equity for California’s children. With the release of new research alongside collaborative advocacy efforts, we have worked to highlight and address the negative impacts of immigration enforcement and executive actions on children’s health and wellbeing. We have continued to work in partnership with schools and communities to talk about healthcare rights for all children and to make sure all children feel safe and welcomed in their schools.
We made sure children were put front and center during the midterm elections and prioritized civic engagement at our non-partisan gubernatorial forum, and we passed legislation to advance efforts to use telehealth technology to support mental and behavioral health services in public schools. Thank you, again – we could not have achieved these milestones without your support!