White House Office on Children & Youth

November 19, 2020

Over the past few months, 350 organizations including the Council for Professional Recognition have expressed support for a White House Office on Children and Youth. This office is critical to elevate the needs of children, youth and their families by addressing COVID-19, health equity, and poverty. Out of this crisis must come leadership to secure the future for the next generation.

Establishing a White House Office on Children and Youth would bring sustained attention to research and policy recommendations, enhance alignment and coordination of federal programs and investments, and ultimately set our country on a trajectory of wellbeing, prosperity and thriving for the future. You can read more at www.nemours.org/WHOffice4Kids.



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