Contact Information

For CHDP Program
Toll Free #:    
1-800-993-2437
                        
1-800-993-CHDP
Fax Number:  (626) 569-9350
Email: CHDP@ph.lacounty.gov
Address:

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

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Child Health and Disability Prevention Program

The CHDP Program provides FREE comprehensive well-child medical and dental health check-ups for babies, children, and youth under age 21 with Full Scope Medi-Cal or under age 19 with low family income.

CHDP offers the following services:

    physical exams for school, camp, and sports
    growth, nutrition, and behavioral screening
    Medical specialists, as needed
    Mental and behavioral health services, as needed Diagnosis and
       treatment can be paid for as long as your child has Medi-Cal
    support and monitors a network of CHDP providers, referral
       providers and coordination to follow-up care
    an evaluation of health care status for children in foster care
Who is Eligible?

Babies, children, and youth under the age of 19 with low family income.

No documentation required!
If your child has Medi-Cal, ask your doctor or health plan for CHDP check-ups.

For more information about the state CHDP program, please visit the California Department of Health Care Services
Child Welfare Public Nursing Program (CWPHN)
What's New in CHDP?

1. Let's Talk About Cannabis
    LA County
    (videos for children
    and teens.)

2. Penalties for Recreational     Cannabis Use

3. Print Materials on
    Cannabis and Antibiotic
    Awareness

4. Child Safety Seat
    Distribution Programs in
    Los Angeles County

5. CHDP Medical and Dental
     Health Check-ups

6. Familia for Your Health -
    free text and online health
    program

7. Family Reunification
      Housing Subsidy
      Serves parent(s) whose
      homelessness is the sole
      barrier to the return of
      their children.

8. Mosquitoes in Los Angeles
     County spread West Nile
     Virus

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