Government Affairs and Advocacy Resources
CHOP’s Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) report and implementation plan identify community needs and outline CHOP’s strategies to address these needs.
If you’d like to explore our reports going back to 2012, we have them available just a click away.
At CHOP, we are committed to advocating on behalf of children's health in courtrooms and legislative chambers. Find out how you can become an advocate, too.
Learn about CHOP's commitment to providing world-class services and improving the health of New Jersey’s children.
Read about CHOP's commitment to providing world-class services and improving the health of Pennsylvania’s children.
A Primer for Stakeholder Engagement from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Legislative advocacy is speaking up for another or championing a cause in order to change public policy. Find tips for voicing your concerns to your legislators.
Mildew or mold can make a child’s asthma worse. Learn about CAPP+, a new program that provides free home repairs to improve children's asthma.
It's important to advocate for kids at the local, state and federal level. This animation illustrates how your voice can help bring about healthcare policies that help children and teens.
Learn more about the pediatric behavioral health crisis from a panel of experts at CHOP.