February 1, 2013
Policies and practices that support young men of color in their teen years can help put them on the path to lead healthy and productive lives. Young men of color face more obstacles in education, employment, and health than their white peers.
May 1, 2013
There are complex legal and ethical tradeoffs involved in using intensified regulation to bring smoking prevalence to near-zero levels.
February 1, 2012
A joint use agreement is “a formal agreement between two separate government entities—often a school and a city or county—setting forth the terms and conditions for shared use of public property or facilities. For example, city governments can contr ...
To improve understanding of school, community, state, and national policies and environmental factors affecting youth diet, physical activity, obesity, and tobacco, alcohol, and drug use.
Program to maximize enrollment in Medicaid, Qualified Medicare Beneficiary, Selected Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary, and Qualified Individual programs.
Program to test innovative, comprehensive state approaches to improving access to oral health services for low-income, minority and disabled populations.
Program to help states and large counties solve problems in eligibility processes that make it difficult for low-income families to access and retain Medicaid, the State Children's Health Insurance Program, or Food Stamps.
Program to raise awareness and support strategies to decrease underage drinking and thus reduce alcohol-related problems among youth.
To increase the number of eligible children and adults who benefit from federal and state health care coverage programs.
February 28, 2013
A report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Bridging the Gap program finds that progress to improve school district wellness policies has stalled.