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Going Well Beyond Medicine

About 80% of what affects a child’s health takes place in their home, school and community. ֲý Children’s is making a difference with programs that address nonmedical challenges — to create a healthier future, for all kids.

Reimagining Children’s Health

We’re transforming the idea of what it takes to keep children well, beyond medicine. Besides providing world-class clinical care, we’re addressing the social, economic, behavioral and environmental factors that affect kids every day.

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Collaboration Is Key

Creating healthier generations of children depends on strategic partnerships with parents, employers, community groups, government agencies and others. Together, we gain a broader understanding of the obstacles and think of new and different ways to overcome them.

A Call for Change

The framework of the nation’s health care system doesn’t always work for children. We’re advocating for health reforms, raising awareness of the issues facing young people and advancing policies with lasting impact for generations to come.

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Leadership in Children’s Health

ֲý is a thought leader in transforming children’s health care. Our president and CEO, Dr. Larry Moss, advances the national dialogue by engaging with other children’s health care leaders and the business community. 

Forwarding the Conversation

ֲý is advocating for children's mental and behavioral health with leaders and policy makers in the U.S. government and beyond. One recent example is a forum we hosted at the ֲý Estate in Wilmington, Del., with Xavier Becerra, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Listen in: The Well Beyond Medicine Podcast

From ensuring food security to meeting families where they are with mental health help, our weekly podcast introduces you to the people, programs and bold ideas that are changing children’s health care for good.

Hunger, Nutrition and Health 

The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health set out to help  the millions of Americans struggling with food insecurity and diet-related diseases like diabetes, obesity and hypertension. 

See how ֲý is answering the call.

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