Utah Projects

Utah has the following projects and initiatives that support children and youth with special health care needs and their families.

  • Utah Children's Care Coordination Network
    • The Utah Children’s Care Coordination Network (UCCCN) is a source of information, resources, tools, expert advice, and peer learning and support for pediatric and family practice staff members who help coordinate the care of patients.
  • Transition to Adult Healthcare
    • In Utah, a project to help pediatric providers support youth and young adults to transition to adult healthcare and other adult services and opportunities is underway.

Learn More about this State Partner

The Utah Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of CYSHCN Integrated Services Program is a partner of the Medical Home Portal. To learn more, see the Get Help page.

Resources

Information & Support

For Professionals

Utah Parent Center (PTIC)
A nonprofit organization that provides training, information, referral, and assistance to parents of children and youth with all disabilities including physical, mental, hearing, vision, learning, behavioral, and emotional. Staff consists primarily of parents of children and youth with disabilities.

Integrated Services Program (UDHHS)
Assists families of children and youth who have special health care needs with coordinated care planning, education and resources in order for them to make informed decisions. This may include primary and special health care, behavioral health, developmental and educational programs, financial support resources and social services that meets their special needs from infancy through the transition to adulthood. A program of the Children With Special Health Care Needs, Utah Department of Health & Humans Services (Formerly UDOH).

Utah Family Voices
Local chapter of a national, grassroots clearinghouse for information and education concerning the health care of children with special health needs. Utah Family Voices helps to advocate for and assist families in navigating and accessing health care and family support services that are family-centered and culturally appropriate for all children and youth with special needs.

Authors & Reviewers

Initial publication: December 2021
Current Authors and Reviewers:
Author: Medical Home Team