Food Stamps and Immigrant Families: How Health Care Workers Can Improve Child Health
Food Stamps and Immigrant Families: How Health Care Workers Can Improve Child Health makes the case for food stamps as a tool to improve the health of immigrant children, providing medical professionals with facts and culturally appropriate information to encourage immigrant families to apply for food stamps.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, Health, Nutrition and Hunger, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Stamps, Wellness - Children, Families, Immigrants, Service Providers
David graduated from Northwestern University in 2007 with a degree in education and social policy and a minor in history. At Northwestern, he organized youth in Chicago, volunteered at a local homeless shelter, led alternative spring break trips to Atlanta and San Francisco, earned a certificate in service learning, and studied abroad in Spain. He has served as a policy intern at the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, worked as a children’s fitness instructor and camp counselor, and studied undocumented unaccompanied immigrant minors in the American legal system.
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