Care Coordination for Children and Youth With Special Health Needs
Care Coordinators help connect families to community-based resources and health care services.
Experienced Care Coordinators are located in regional health offices in each part of the state. Care coordinators help families obtain services, providing links to community-based resources and providing consultation to parents, educators and medical and social service providers. Care coordinators partner with families and providers and promote continuity of care. Care Coordinators who are bilingual and bicultural (in Spanish) are available. Interpreter services are also routinely accessed to support families.