California Children's Services, or CCS, provides case management and funding for the diagnosis and treatment of qualifying medical conditions. Additionally, it provides physical and occupational therapy at Medical Therapy Units. The Public Health Department operates three Medical Therapy Units in Santa Clara County. Nurse case managers assist families in navigating the health insurance system and coordinating care with specialists and children’s hospitals, as well as transitioning to adult care.
Become a CCS Provider:
- Read the Instructions To Become a CCS Provider.
- Complete an online Application To Become a CCS Provider.
- Make note of tracking number you receive upon completing your application, and use this number to track your application status.
California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), state of California
- Authorization and Claims
- Numbered Letters
- Becoming a CCS Provider: Application
- High Risk Infant Follow Up (HRIF)
- Provider Forms
- Neonatal Intensive Care Units
- Neonatal Quality Improvement Initiative
- California Newborn Hearing Screening Program
- Provider Standards
- Pediatric Palliative Care
- Provider Electronic Data Interchange (PEDI)
- Medical Eligibility
- Whole Child Model (WCM)
- Provider Web Links
- Eligibility and Services
County of Santa Clara
California Children's Services (CCS) Administration
720 Empey Way
San Jose, CA 95128
Phone: (408) 793-6200
Fax: (408) 793-6250