Child Health and Disability Prevention Program

  • CHDP Logo. The Chino Valley Unified School District is a participating provider of the Child Health and Disability Program (CHDP).  The CHDP program is a preventive health program funded by and serving California's children and youth.  CHDP makes early health care available to children and youth with health problems, as well as to those who seem well.  Many health problems can be prevented or corrected, or the severity reduced, by early detection and prompt diagnosis and treatment.

    CHDP works with a wide range of health care providers and organizations to ensure that eligible children and youth receive appropriate services.  The Chino Valley Unified School District CHDP services are provided free of charge to eligible children. The CHDP program helps to link children to needed resources and health care coverage. Children under 21 years of age with Medi-Cal are eligible to receive CHDP health screenings and preventive health services. CHDP provides periodic preventive health services to income eligible children from birth to 19 years of age who are not in the Medi-Cal program and classified as low-income. CHDP uses the electronic CHDP Gateway enrollment process to maximize the opportunities for eligible children to enroll into state- and federally-funded health insurance programs. If eligible, children receiving CHDP services will be given temporary, full-scope fee-for-service Medi-Cal. The Chino Valley Unified School District’s CHDP program is facilitated by Board Certified Pediatric and Family Nurse Practitioners. The following is a list of the Chino Valley Unified School District CHDP program services:

    • Health and developmental history
    • Complete physical exam
    • Oral health assessment
    • Nutrition assessment
    • Immunizations
    • Vision screening
    • Hearing screening
    • Screening for anemia, lead, urine abnormalities, tuberculosis, and other problems as needed
    • Case management
    • Health education and anticipatory guidance

     

    If you are interested in receiving services by our CHDP program, contact us at (909) 628-1201, ext. 8935.