Children with Special Health Care Needs:
A Profile of Key Issues and a Call to Action

In California, about 15 percent of children have special health care needs -- chronic physical, developmental, or behavioral conditions that require more than routine health and related services. A report commissioned by the Foundation documents areas in which the state is lagging on providing high-quality services for these children and their families. To help address these issues, the Foundation is inviting stakeholders to join the California Advocacy Network for Children with Special Health Care Needs.

 

Read the Report (PDF):
Full Report | Executive Summary |
Individual Chapters

Join the Network

The California Advocacy Network for Children with Special Health Care Needs brings stakeholders together to identify mutual interests and advocate jointly for a higher-quality system of care. Sign up to be kept informed as the Network develops.
Read About the Network | See Invitation Letter



 

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