As the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll, underserved families face even worse financial hardship, and now many families with young children that were financially stable before are struggling to put food on the table. If the thought of hungry babies isn’t enough to move policymakers to action, they should at least be concerned about the decades-long consequences of food insecurity in early childhood.
Good afternoon Chair Dromm and Members of the Finance Committee. I am Lisa David, President & CEO at Public Health Solutions (“PHS”). Thank you for the opportunity to testify before the Committee. Our city and our nation are in the midst of a health crisis. As the largest public health non-profit serving New York City,…
Lisa David joins the Protecting Immigrant Families Campaign at a congressional briefing asking Congress to oppose a potential proposed rule by the Trump Administration that would make it harder for foreigners living in the U.S. to get permanent residency or to get or extend any visa or green card if they or their American-born children use public benefits.
The Trump administration’s steady assault on healthcare reverses years of progress and jeopardizes the health of the communities and individuals Public Health Solutions (PHS) serves.