A new report shows Pennsylvania saw a decline in the uninsured rate for women of childbearing age following the state’s decision to expand Medicaid.
Some lawmakers and advocates are renewing their push for child welfare reform at the Pennsylvania Capitol.
Almost every child in Pennsylvania could potentially encounter toxic lead in their homes, day cares, schools, or public water supplies, a report commissioned by the Joint State Government Commission found.
The commonwealth is one of 10 states and D.C. to receive a $100,00 grant, which will help with early childhood education, healthcare, and childcare.
Pritzker Children’s Initiative awards Pa. planning grant to establish actionable prenatal-to-age-three policy agenda Pennsylvania has been announced a winner of the Pritzker Children’s Initiative (PCI) Prenatal-to-Age-Three State Grant Competition, awarding cross-sector coalitions in 11 states, including Pennsylvania, planning grants to develop and strengthen high-quality prenatal-to-age-three services. With research showing that a child’s brain develops faster […]