Children & Families
Un programa para reparar parques de casas móviles en California solo aprobó 1 solicitud en 10 años. ¿Funcionará una renovación?
Un programa para ayudar a los residentes de parques de casas móviles se renovó mucho el año pasado porque nadie lo estaba usando. ¿Podrá dar resultados el hecho de triplicar el fondo para préstamos y simplificar el proceso de solicitud?
These coloring pages for kids aim to help answer some of the questions reporter Ginny Monk heard from kids while reporting her eviction series “Notice to Quit.”
Obesity in children is rising dramatically, and it comes with major – and sometimes lifelong – health consequences
"Early in my practice, I only occasionally saw a child with a complication of obesity; now I see multiple referrals each month."
To help solve the child care crisis, new legislation would cap families’ costs and pay providers more
The proposed reforms aim to fix long-standing structural issues in the child care system, among them problems The San Diego Union-Tribune detailed in an in-depth series on the real costs of child care.
Amy Silverman and KJZZ reported that abuse and neglect of people with IDD can happen anywhere — it's not limited to the institutions of the past.
A lack of trust in the health care system is common among Black mothers and experts believe it might be a large reason why Black infant mortality rates are so high.
Lack of comprehensive care puts pregnant, postpartum people with substance use disorder at risk.
The committee votes are the first steps forward for the transit-oriented and ‘fair share’ housing bills.
It’s not uncommon for families to spend weeks or months looking for a new apartment after an eviction