Volume 21, Number 2, May 2010 Supplement

Table of Contents

Social Determinants of Children’s Health, Vol. II: The Developed World

Guest Editors: Gillian Barclay, DrPH, DDS, MPH, and Camara Jones, MD, PhD, MPH

funded by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation

A Note from the Editor

p. v

Original Papers

Views of Young, Rural African Americans of the Role of Community Social Institutions in HIV Prevention

pp. 1-12

Immigrant Children's Access to Health Care: Differences by Global Region of Birth

pp. 13-31

Social Determinants of Mental Health Treatment among Haitian, African American, and White Youth in Community Health Centers

pp. 32-48

Assessing Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Social Consequences of Early-Onset Psychiatric Disorder

pp. 49-66

Access to and Utilization of Oral Health Care by Homeless Children/Families

pp. 67-81

Health Care Savings Attributable to Integrating Guidelines-based Asthma Care in the Pediatric Medical Home

pp. 82-92

Effective Multi-level, Multi-sector, School-based Obesity Prevention Programming Improves Weight, Blood Pressure, and Academic Performance, Especially among Low-Income, Minority Children

pp. 93-108

The Impact of New Health Insurance Coverage on Undocumented and Other Low-Income Children: Lessons from Three California Counties

pp. 109-124

Self-reported Lifetime Asthma and Nativity Status in U.S. Children and Adolescents: Results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999–2004

pp. 125-139

The Challenge of Pregnancy among Homeless Youth: Reclaiming a Lost Opportunity

pp. 140-156

Pilot Study of Medical-Legal Partnership to Address Social and Legal Needs of Patients

pp. 157-168