Press releases and alerts for the news media.
CHA announces the addition of Torey Mack, M.D., as chief quality and solutions officer.
CHA announces the addition of Michelle Hogerty as chief financial and administrative officer.
We are pleased to see inclusion of multiple provisions that benefit children and families.
Sound the Alarm for Kids launched a video ad campaign spotlighting the mental health crisis in children.
Investments made now to better support children's mental health will pay off for them and our country as we avoid more serious and costly outcomes later.
We applaud the CDC's recommendations of Pfizer-BioNTech's vaccine for children 5 to 11 years of age.
We have launched the Sound the Alarm for Kids urging Congress to enact legislation and increase funding to address a national mental health emergency in children and teens.
Children's hospitals are pleased to see today's progress on President Biden's domestic policy legislative framework.
We thank Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and his fellow Senate appropriators for allocating $375 million in FY 2022 funding for the CHGME program.
CHA is partnering with the Biden Administration help coordinate the safe, equitable and effective distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5-11 pending authorization.
We, along with the AAP and AACAP, declared a national state of emergency in child and adolescent mental health and are calling on policymakers to join us.
Children's hospitals thank the Bipartisan Addiction and Mental Health Task Force for calling for expanding access to mental health care for children and families.
Pediatric experts representing the AAP and CHA will testify at a hearing of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce's Oversight subcommittee.
CHA applauds the Senate introduction of the PATCH Act, which would provide grants to improve pediatric care capacity.
CHA commend the introduction of the PATCH Act, which would provide grants to improve pediatric care capacity.
We are raising awareness through a multi-tiered campaign about the challenges children's hospitals are facing currently as they care for kids.
Children's hospitals praise introduction of legislation that would authorize grants to support pediatric mental health care programs and services.
CHA joins other national hospital associations urging COVID-19 vaccinations for health care workers.
CHA encourages children's hospitals to require vaccinations for employees.
We thank Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., and her fellow House appropriators for allocating $400 million in FY 2022 funding for the CHGME program.
CHA is pleased to announce the addition of Leah Evangelista as chief public affairs officer.
This year's Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Week will have a special focus on pediatric mental health, a crisis exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community Health Improvement Week highlights the work of communities and population health leaders and their local partners across the country.
The availability of new funding to expand Pediatric Mental Health Care Access (PMHCA) projects comes at a critical time for children as they struggle with a mental health crisis made worse by the pandemic.
The Children’s Hospital Association will participate in an Axios virtual event to discuss the impact of the pandemic on children's mental health.
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