Contact Information

For CCS Program
Toll Free #:
Fax Number:       1-855-481-6821

For CHDP Program
Toll Free #:        
Fax Number:      (626)-569-9350

9320 Telstar Ave., Suite #226
El Monte, CA 91731  

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About California Children's Services (CCS) Program
Kid blowing bubbles CCS Program

Los Angeles County CCS is part of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.

We work with:

   - Private insurance
   - Medi-Cal
   - Healthy Families, and
   - Healthy Kids

to provide services that they do not provide. We are the "payer of last resort" for your child's CCS-eligible condition. That means, if you have any of the list above, we will find out if they can pay before we do.

- Try the online provider search.

CCS General Program FAQ PDFpdf icon Word
Orthodontia FAQ for Families PDFpdf icon
Eligibility Checklist View Downloadpdf icon
Handbook for CCS Families Englishpdf icon   Spanishpdf icon
Application Form Englishpdf icon Spanishpdf icon

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About Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program
Kids making circle CHDP Program

Free Health Check-ups for Eligible Children
CHDP Program provides FREE health check-ups to
        - Help children and teens stay healthy
        - Find health problems before they become painful and expensive

Who is Eligible?
        - Low Income Families - Birth to 19 Years
          No documentation or residency required!
        - Medi-cal Participants up to 21 years If your child has Medi-Cal, ask your doctor or health plan for CHDP check-ups

How to Apply?
         - Call 1-800-993-2437for the names of CHDP Health Care Providers,
           Dental Providers, Optometry Providers, Medical Specialty
           Providers, Developmental and Ophthalmology Providers in your area. 
         - Try the online provider search. 
         - Try the online dental provider search. 

Frequently Asked Questions PDFpdf icon     Word
Eligibility Checklist View
Booklet Download Englishpdf icon    Spanishpdf icon
CHDP Dental Referral Providers in your area
Download Listpdf icon
CHDP Optometry Referral Providers in your area
Download Listpdf icon
A Guide for Parents and Childcare Givers:
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Well Baby/Child/Teen Exam: pdf icon
Weighing and Measuring Tools:  pdf icon
CHDP Dental Brochures pdf icon
About Medical Therapy Program (MTP)
Kids flying kite The Medical Therapy Program (MTP) 

MTP was established in 1945 in cooperation with the Department of Education to serve children and young adults under the age of 21, with certain eligible physical disabilities.pdf icon  The MTP provides services at twenty-two Medical Therapy Units (MTUs) located in school settings.

The Medical Therapy Program:

      - provides "medically necessary" physical therapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT) services for eligible patients at no cost
      - works together with the local school districts and regional centers
      - works together with patients and their families on therapy goals focusing on self-care and mobility skills
      - visits homes or schools to assess specific equipment needs
      - attends individual educational planning (IEP) meetings
      - provides Medical Therapy Conferences (MTC) or “clinics”:

At no charge to eligible patients

Consisting of a team that in addition to the patient and their family, may include an orthopedic surgeon, pediatrician, occupational therapist, physical therapist, nurse, social worker, nutritionist, orthotist, outside agencies, and school personnel who specialize in the care of children and young adults with special health care needs.

If you have any questions about MTP services, please contact us at (626) 569-6480

MTU Eligibility Download PDFpdf icon      Word
List of Current MTU Locations Click HERE
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