Key Resources for parents
Children’s Health Council (CHC) provides comprehensive and integrated services for disabilities, learning differences, and mental health. Navigating the maze of systems can be daunting, and it’s crucial for CHC to equip parents with the best possible information and resources. This ensures they stay informed about what’s available for their children and family, and understand how to access these services or economic support.
To further this goal, CHC has partnered with Undivided.io to curate a collection of resources, aimed at enhancing the understanding of CHC families on key topics that could significantly benefit them.
Children’s Health Council (CHC):
CHC Palo Alto:
650 Clark Way
Palo Alto, CA 94304
CHC South Bay:
2280 Kenwood Ave
San Jose, CA 95128
1765 E Bayshore Rd.
East Palo Alto, CA 94303
To have someone who listens and understands, validates fears, and finds solutions is so helpful.”
– The Smith Family
Depending on your income, your child’s age and diagnosis, and other factors, there are many programs you can take advantage of.
View the complete list here.
Students with disabilities and learning challenges can receive personalized help, services, and accommodations through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan.
If you use private insurance, Medi-Cal, or both, these resources provide information about maximizing your benefits, filing claims, handling denials, and more.
Undivided is a parent-driven support system for families raising kids with disabilities. We provide an inclusive community, experienced parent coaches, and expert-backed resources, all organized on our innovative app, to help families get more for their children.
I’m so glad you are building such a necessary service for all of the warrior parents and wonderful children in our community.”
Build the roadmap you have been looking for—for free.
During your Kickstart, your Navigator will work with you to plan out what you want to focus on: education, public benefits, therapies, or other important supports for your child.
Talk with your Navigator over 10 days to identify your priorities.
Learn what therapies, public benefits, and other supports you may qualify for.
Walk away with helpful resources and a 6-month plan for a clear path forward.