Links and Resources
- Maternal Depression Landscape Report
- Policy Statement on Maternal Depression
- Home Visitation Consortium Policy Brief
- Home Visitation Landscape Report
|Ask HRSA-Maternal and Child Health|
|American Medical Women's Association|
- Proceedings of the Preconception Health and Health Care Clinical, Public Health, and Consumer Workgroup Meetings 2006
- First 5 Advocacy Toolkit
- Community Tool Box, Organizing for Effective Advocacy
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs
- State Legislative Caucus of Women
- California Center for Research on Women and Families
- Congressional Directory
- Health Access
- Healthy Women Now
- Association of Reproductive Health Professionals
- National Health Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition
- California Budget Bites: The California Budget Project works to improve public policies that affect low- and middle-income Californians through independent research, budget and policy analysis, and public education. The blog highlights important, timely policy and budget developments.
- Policy for Results A set of tools for focusing policy strategies on achieving measurable results for kids and families. This website provides research-based policy strategies shown to achieve the targeted results.
- Say Ahhh! A Children's Health Policy Blog: by the Georgetown University's Center for Children and Families staff.
- The Future of Children: a collaboration of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Brookings Institution that translates the best social science research about children and youth into useful information for policymakers, practitioners, grant-makers, advocates, the media, and students of public policy. The blog highlights findings from its various volumes, tying research and policy recommendations to current affairs.
- With All Our Might: provides insight into child health policy issues and the impact they have on how health care is delivered to children in the United States.