Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care for Low-Income Non-Citizen Children
Largely due to a high uninsured rate, low-income, non-citizen children have very poor access to care, with many lacking a regular provider and going without preventive care. This brief examines health coverage and access to care for low-income, non-citizen children to provide insight into the challenges they face in obtaining health insurance and accessing care.
Issue Brief (.pdf)
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