Skip to main content.

Fellowship Story Showcase

Explore our 1075 stories.

As part of the Center for Health Journalism Fellowship, journalists work with a senior fellow to develop a special project. Recent projects have examined health disparities by ZIP code in the San Francisco Bay Area, anxiety disorders and depression in the Hispanic immigrant community in Washington state, and the importance of foreign-born doctors to health care in rural communities.

Caleb Hacker at his former school
How Georgia’s system to teach children with disabilities is falling vastly short of its promise.
With his wife, Michelle. | Anna Clare Spelman
Once used almost solely to treat post traumatic stress in war veterans, EMDR has slowly become an effective therapy to treat a range of traumas, including those experienced by immigrants.
Keishan Ross sits through a hearing before Judge Michael Orlando on Feb.17, 2017, to determine where he will end up next.
The intellectually disabled teen has spent most of his adolescence bouncing between juvenile jail and a mental health program that cannot help him get better.
Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland — hemmed in by three roads, including Washington's Beltway.
Why nearness is a problem, what schools can do and how parents have led the way.
Patricia Davis, mother of Ikeim Boswell, holds the urn with her son’s ashes in her Tampa home. Ikeim was 16 on March 14, 2015, w
Gun injuries are a growing problem for Florida’s children, rising along with the increasing availability of firearms across the state, an investigation by The Tampa Bay Times has found.
Drivers hurry past Burlington City High School on northbound Route 130.
In Burlington, New Jersey, hundreds of students walk across a road the nonprofit Tri-State Transportation Campaign calls the most treacherous for pedestrians in all of New Jersey. The dangers are real.
Students line up outside El Marino Language School as vehicles zoom by on Interstate 405 in Culver City, California.
Across the country, in big cities and small towns, kids attend schools so close to busy roads that traffic exhaust poses a health risk.
Photo credit via Flickr
Juvenile lockups and correctional programs have became warehouses for children like Keishan Ross with developmental disabilities and mental illness.
Erin Borrego, a former patient at Hoy Recovery.
When Erin Borrego was 15, she and her classmates started experimenting with opioid painkillers. It started with pills called Percocet and Lortab, but she quickly moved on to injecting heroin.
Española police make a drug related arrest.
If there’s any police department that understands what an opioid epidemic means for a community, it’s New Mexico's Española Police Department. Even the chief of police has had addiction struggles within his own family.

Pages

Announcements

The engagement editor's mission: to advance the work of our California media partners, furthering public knowledge, storytelling, engagement and connection around community health and health policy issues in diverse communities. The ideal candidate will have both journalism and community engagement experience. Go to this link to apply.

CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY

Member Activities

Nicole Kolly's profile has been updated

Connect with Nicole Kolly

Erica Montes's profile has been updated

Connect with Erica Montes

Marisa Kwiatkowski joined the community

Connect with Marisa Kwiatkowski

Bethany Barnes joined the community

Connect with Bethany Barnes

Tracie Potts joined the community

Connect with Tracie Potts
More Member Activities

Follow Us

Facebook


Twitter

CHJ Icon
ReportingHealth