The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department operates the Child Health and Disability Prevention program, or CHDP. CHDP is funded by the state of California and provides for the early detection and prevention of health problems among children and youth from low-to-moderate-income families. The program provides reimbursement and training to medical providers. Participating providers receive monitoring and support. CHDP program staff work collaboratively with health care providers and child advocate agencies to ensure that eligible children receive quality health care and to empower families to be knowledgeable, responsible health care consumers.
Become a CHDP Provider
- Review enrollment requirements.
- Read the CHDP Provider Manual for more information on CHDP, enrollment requirements, provider responsibilities, billing reimbursements, and claims processing.
- Complete required forms.
- Review periodicity schedules.
- See additional information from state of California Department of Health Care Services CHDP.
Children and youth are eligible if they are:
- Under 21 years of age and receive Medi-Cal
- Under 19 years of age and receive low to moderate income
Children and youth may be able to receive temporary Medi-Cal for up to 60 days through the CHDP gateway.
Current CHDP providers: Frequently used forms
Related resources and programs
Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP)
Phone: (800) 689-6669