Unlocking Opportunities: Services That Help Poor Children Succeed In the Classroom

DCFPI is launching a new series of issue briefs on the role our public schools can play in delivering key services – beyond classroom instruction – to help children living in poverty. The series takes a look at the non-classroom services and supports already being provided for children in high-poverty schools, and how the District […]

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October 30th, 2014
Community Recommendations to Improve Access to The Healthcare Alliance Program
Wes Rivers

The District’s Healthcare Alliance programs help low-income immigrant residents get needed health care, but many residents struggle to access their Alliance benefits simply due to burdensome eligibility procedures. That’s why DCFPI and other advocates sent a letter to the city’s health care leadership in support of needed changes to make the program more accessible.  The […]

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