An innovative program is reimagining pediatric care by integrating financial services for parents, including tax prep, job training, and budgeting.
A neonatologist argues that social needs screening and referral, which has grown more popular in outpatient clinics, is necessary in the neonatal intensive care unit, as well.
As a Year Up partner, the hospital is disrupting systemic barriers to education that force young adults into cycles of poverty and poor health, instead creating pathways to economic mobility.
From resume building to employer networking, employment preparation emerges as a unique health service for U.S. asylum seekers in Boston.
Childcare costs, taxes, and eviction policies have an intertwined influence on housing stability, according to a new report from Children's HealthWatch.