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Lurie Children's Healthy Communities

The conditions into which children are born and grow up have a major influence on their overall health. For decades, Lurie Children’s clinical and public health experts have worked outside the walls of the hospital to improve the health of children and adolescents. Developed together with community and philanthropic partners, our programs focus on under-resourced areas of Chicago and extend more broadly to children throughout the city and state. We are grateful to our partners in these initiatives, and remain committed to our shared efforts to create healthier futures for children.

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​Safety News from our Blog

Karen Sheehan, MD, a Lurie Children’s physician, contributes to our blog on  issues in children’s health and well-being.

How to Make Sure Your Infant Sleeps Safe & Sound gives tips on creating a safe sleeping environment for your infant.

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Advocacy Initiatives

Learn more about our experts' efforts to improve child health and well-being in the community and how you can get involved.


Featured News

Lurie Children's Launches Pilot Program to Help Curb Youth Violence in Chicago

Strengthening Chicago’s Youth (SCY) at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, together with Cook County Juvenile Probation Department, TASC, the Illinois Collaboration on Youth and 10 community-based service providers, launched the Juvenile Justice Collaborative project. Up to 50 young people, ages 12 to 18, will be referred to the Collaborative to receive appropriate mental health and other services instead of spending time in the juvenile justice system. Read more about the Juvenile Justice Collaborative project.