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This evaluation of the CT Department of Children and Families' (DCF) Care Coordination program was designed to assess how children with complex behavioral health needs and their families move through the Care Coordination program.
Caring for CT's Children is a colorful, user-friendly handbook for parents and caregivers on early childhood health and safety issues. Also available in Spanish. Volume 1 is no longer available in hard copy.
Esta publicación es el resultado, y esperamos que se utilice ampliamente para fomentar el desarrollo sano de los niños de Connecticut.
The Children’s Health Council conducted a comprehensive review of current literature and policy on vision screening for detection of ophthalmologic problems and formulated options for improving vision care for children in Connecticut.
This report emphasizes that we cannot separate concerns about the healthy growth and development of young children from the health of women, not only during pregnancy but long before.
This report is Phase One of the Connecticut Community KidCare Evaluation - Implementation Analysis of the Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Services (EMPS) and Care Coordination Programs.
This report is part of a series addressing key early childhood health issues. This IMPACT issue provides a brief overview on nutrition.
IMPACT: Promoting Healthy Children and Families:Health Problems of Infancy & Early Childhood (Mar 2003)
This report is part of a series addressing key early childhood health issues. This IMPACT issue provides a brief overview of significant health problems that affect young children.
The culmination of a study of behavioral health resources available to children in Connecticut’s juvenile justice system, this report offers an analysis of current services and makes recommendations for system enhancements.
Too Young to Count? Promoting the Health and Development of CT's Young Children & Their Families (Feb 2001)
This report examines early child health care, identifying the resources, services and supports that must be in place in order to enable all children to achieve their potential for healthy development and freedom from illness.