Health & Human Services
For Many Californians, Poverty Is One Minor Expense Away Tess Thorman December 17 2019 More than 7 million Californians live near poverty, with just enough resources to meet their basic needs.
Improving Equity in Mental Health Services Daniel Tan December 12 2019 Although the share of Californians without health coverage has declined substantially, many challenges remain to ensure that coverage translates into access, particularly in the area of mental health.
Covering the Real Costs of College Kevin Cook December 11 2019 With many students struggling to afford California’s high cost of living, state policymakers have sought to reform financial aid programs to address the full cost of attending college.
Better Data for Better California Health Policy Shannon McConville, Paulette Cha December 10 2019 As state leaders work to create a health care payments database for California, PPIC is providing research on how policymakers and others could use the database to inform key policy decisions.
The Democratic Presidential Primary: What Do Californians Care About? Mark Baldassare December 6 2019 With California's primary less than three months away, voters most want to hear from the candidates on health care, the environment, jobs and the economy, and immigration.