#ProtectOurCare: Senate to release new health care bill this week. Call Senator Collins today!

The U.S. Senate is set to release their secret health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act as early as tomorrow. While Maine’s Senators have been virtually shut out of the drafting process, reports indicate that much like the House Health Care Bill, the Senate version would be devastating for Maine children, … More #ProtectOurCare: Senate to release new health care bill this week. Call Senator Collins today!

Making School Breakfast a Priority!

Starting the school day off strong begins with making sure students have a healthy breakfast and research shows it gets results. Students who eat breakfast, including at school, perform better academically. School breakfast promotes better attendance, concentration, alertness, memory, comprehension and learning. In Maine, nearly half of all school-aged children are eligible for subsidized school … More Making School Breakfast a Priority!

The National 2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book is out!

New report shows federal and local policies are leading to improvements for U.S. children, but Maine is not seeing the same results as other New England states Maine children are experiencing modest improvements in key areas of child well-being that support them in leading healthier, safer lives, but a report released today by the Annie … More The National 2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book is out!

MaineCare Provides More Access to Health Coverage for Rural Communities in Maine

AUGUSTA, ME— A larger share of children in small towns and rural areas of Maine rely on Medicaid to protect them from rising health care costs than those in urban areas, according to a new report released today by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families and the Rural Health Research Project of the … More MaineCare Provides More Access to Health Coverage for Rural Communities in Maine

Remembering Jack Rosser: A Champion for Children & Founding Board Member of MCA

Earlier this month the Maine Children’s Alliance lost a friend and founding leader when John “Jack” Rosser passed away in Bristol, FL. As was stated in his obituary, “Jack had a passion for education and helping people reach their utmost potential. He approached his career with dignity, professionalism, and a sense of humor.” Jack was … More Remembering Jack Rosser: A Champion for Children & Founding Board Member of MCA