| DISCLAIMER

Child Health & Disability Prevention Program (CHDP)

California’s CHDP Program

The Child Health & Disability Prevention Program (CHDP) is a health promotion and disease prevention program serving California’s infants, children, and teens.  Children identified with suspected problems after a health assessment are referred for necessary diagnosis and treatment.

Eligibility For The Chdp Program

Infants, Chidren, and Teens with Medi-Cal are eligible for CHDP Services

Children up to age 20 with Medi-Cal are eligible to receive CHDP services. Children enrolled in Medi-Cal managed care plans receive these services through their health plan. Children enrolled in fee-for-service Medi-Cal may receive CHDP services provided by CHDP enrolled Medi-Cal providers.

Income-Eligible (not Medi-Cal eligible) Infants, Children, and Teens

CHDP provides periodic preventative health assessments to income eligible children from birth to 18 years of age who are not in the Medi-Cal program.  The CHDP program also uses the CHDP Gateway, which electronically screens and temporarily enrolls eligible children in fee-for-service, full-scope Medi-Cal. Families must complete a Covered California Application to continue health insurance coverage. Low-income children not eligible for Medi-Cal may continue to receive CHDP services according to the periodicity schedule.

For more information, visit the State website at http://www.dhcs.ca.gov/services/chdp/Pages/default.aspx.

Contact

Public Health Division

439 Fourth St
Hollister, CA 95023

(831) 637-5367

Fax (831) 637-9073

TDD/TTY (831) 636-0385

Toll-free (800) 756-0385


Hours

Mon-Fri  8AM – 5PM


Deputy Director

Lynn Mello
Director of Nursing
Public Health Administrator

Language Translation Disclaimer
Our Agency’s website links to Google Translation as a convenience for those who speak/read languages other than English.  Please be aware that no automated or computerized translation tool produces a perfect translation.  The context of the wording may be lost when translated and some translations may lose the intended meaning. Therefore, the San Benito County Health and Human Services Agency cannot guarantee the accuracy of the translated content. 
If any questions arise concerning the translated version of the website, please refer to the original English version.
×
×