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Children's Special Health
Children's Special Health
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Children's Special Health (CSH) is a program for Wyoming children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) who require something beyond routine and basic care. Wyoming's CSH program is funded through Title V of the Social Security Act and state matching funds in order to do the following:

•provide and promote family-centered, community-based, coordinated care for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN)
•facilitate the development of community-based systems of services
•support core public health functions such as resource development, capacity building, public information, technical assistance to communities, provider training, and gathering and analyzing data
•build community capacity via training, technical assistance, and financing
•provide direct healthcare services to children and families as a way to fill gaps in services 

Click here to visit the Wyoming Department of Health's Children Special Health Webpage

Services provided by Wyoming's CSH program include:
•Coordination of care: helping families access services in their community
•Financial assistance for qualifying medical conditions (see eligibilty for more information)
•Genetics and specialty care clinics
•Funds for translation services required by CSH clients
•Limited funding for transportation
•Diagnostic evaluation to determine diagnosis
•Some equipment and medications


Carbon County, WY
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