How Pornography Harms Children: The Advocate's Role


How Pornography Harms Children: The Advocate's Role

Easy access to online pornography and the potential harm of consistent exposure raise concerns about children’s health and well-being.

To ensure children in kinship families or "grandfamilies" can obtain health care and a tuition-free public education, many states have consent laws that allow kinship caregivers to access these services for the children they raise without the need for legal custody or guardianship

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,1 signed by President Obama on March 23, 2010, contains many health reforms that apply to children and youth in foster care or those at risk of entering care.

CHIPRA reauthorizes the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) through 2013 at increased levels of funding with the intent of covering an additional 4 million currently uninsured children.

Before she became a renowned legal advocate for adolescents, Abigail English had a deep empathy for children in peril.

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