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Instead of a surge of children entering foster care during the pandemic, the child welfare system has often found itself struggling to help families leave the system.
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Unidos En Salud volunteers Patricia Lopez and Rosario Rodriguez conduct outreach to vulnerable Latino community members within t
This project, which is investigating how San Francisco adapted to meet the needs of its Latinx communities during COVID-19, was led by Adriana Camarena and Alexis Terrazas with support from the 2021 Impact Fund.
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Patients arrive at the St. John's Well Child And Family Center to get inoculated with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in South LA
A Los Angeles network of 19 community clinics had a plan to administer thousands of vaccine doses each week. But state officials said they’d have to wait.
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“It’s long awaited,” said Mayra Alvarez, president of The Children’s Partnership. “It’s filling us with hope.”
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Twins Anna and Mila with their father, John Melovidov, in St. Paul.
Alaska women who live in rural and remote communities usually travel to city centers to give birth against incredible geographical odds.
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Now more than ever, journalists need to make space for positive coping skills to process the difficult experiences and emotions that come with the job.
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irst Lady Susan Hutchinson talks about child abuse during the covid-19 outbreak on April 20, 2020, at the Governor's Conference
Arkansas Children’s Hospital saw an increase in the number and severity of child-abuse-related cases last year, a troubling pattern in a state that had high rates of child maltreatment before the onset of the covid-19 pandemic.
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The Orlando Sentinel is looking for a health reporter. The Arizona Daily Sun is seeking a health and education reporter.
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Inequities in Vaccine Rollout, Questions Linger on Transmission and Safety After Shots
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Sequel announced that it will close its Clarinda, Iowa, youth facility after a review.
One of the nation’s largest youth residential treatment programs is shutting down after California officials, prompted by a Chronicle and Imprint investigation into rampant abuse allegations, decided to stop sending vulnerable children there.
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Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco
Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco paid nearly $15,000 in campaign funds last year to a firm run by one of his subordinates. The staffer also has new business ties to the sheriff’s wife, corporate records show.
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