American Indian Infant Health Initiative
An initiative designed to provide extensive home visiting/case management services to high-risk Indian families in five counties in California that experience the most severe Indian MCH disparities.
Children's Medical Services
Provides a comprehensive system of health care for children through preventive screening, diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation, and follow-up services.
Healthy Families (Not DHCS)
Low cost insurance for children and teens. It provides health, dental and vision coverage to children of parents who do not have insurance and do not qualify for free Medi-Cal.
Healthy Kids (Not DHCS)
A nationally recognized model for expanding health coverage and creating systems change called the Children’s Health Initiative.
Hearing Conservation Program
The HCP helps to identify hearing loss in preschoolers to 21 years of age in Public Schools, Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) programs and other state supported programs.
High Risk Infant Follow-Up
The California Children's Services (CCS) HRIF program was established to identify infants who might develop CCS-eligible conditions after discharge from a CCS-approved Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
A special program within California Children's Services that provides physical therapy, occupational therapy and medical therapy conference services for children who have handicapping conditions, generally due to neurological or musculoskeletal disorders.
Neonatal Quality Improvement Initiative
To improve neonatal care by reducing/eliminating catheter associated blood stream infections and other hospital-acquired infections in Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
Newborn Hearing Screening
A statewide comprehensive Newborn Hearing Screening Program helping identify hearing loss in infants and guide families to the appropriate services needed to develop communication skills.
Pediatric Palliative Care
A new program that will allow eligible children and their families to receive palliative care services during in the course of the child’s illness, while concurrently pursuing curative treatment for the child’s life limiting or life threatening medical condition.