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Health Care Services for Children in Out-of-Home Care: About this Area of Focus

Child Welfare and Health Care

The Child Welfare League of America believes the problems in child welfare will be hard to solve without working on the failures of our nation's health system. Health insurance can prevent children from ever needing the child welfare system. Accessible, affordable, quality health and mental health care services can address problems that, left untreated, explode into devastating family and community problems. Similarly, the availability of health services is critical to solving family problems and reuniting children with their parents.

CWLA is committed to the goal of accessible, affordable, and comprehensive health care for all children and families. Universal health care for all Americans, including non-citizens and undocumented immigrants, must remain our ultimate objective.


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