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In the newly published policy statement, “Promoting Food Security for all Children”, pediatricians are encouraged to screen all children for food insecurity. The statement also identifies the health impacts of food insecurity on child health, and makes recommendations for pediatricians to help families access food resources in the community. New York Times: Pediatricians Are Asked to Join Fight Against Childhood Hunger

Community is the foundation of the CATCH program. Recently, we lost two members of our community -- Dr. Marion Burton and Dr. Tom Tonniges.

Through their efforts and support, countless children and families have been touched through CATCH-funded projects.


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