Special Child Health Services ensures that all children with special health needs have access to comprehensive, community-based, culturally competent, and family-centered care through case management services. Case Management is available for any child from birth through twenty-one who has special health care needs and at no cost to the families.
Who should call?
Families of children with:
Hearing impairment/ Vision impairment
Chronic medical problems
Traumatic brain injury
Families that need assistance with:
Case managers provide families with referrals and resources for state, local, and community resources.
Special Child Health Services
201 Wheatsworth Road
Hamburg NJ 07419
Case Management brochure
Autism: What to do After Your Child's Diagnosis
Special Child Health Services is funded by the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the State of New Jersey Department of Health in cooperation with the Sussex County Department of Environmental and Public Health Services.
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