The Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program offers preventive health services that identify and prevent disease and disabilities among low-income children and youth in Napa County. “Preventive health” means that we work to keep your children healthy before they get sick.
The Program Offers:
Links to doctors and dentists who provide preventive health exams & dental screenings
Well-child exams, including school health exams and sports physicals
Health exam services include:
Lab tests for anemia, blood lead poisoning and tuberculosis
Frequency of the exam schedules are determined by the state CHDP program as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Your local CHDP program does not provide direct services.
The program does:
Encourage families with low and moderate incomes to seek preventive health care for their children
Help children get well-child exams, including school health exams and sports physicals
Assist families with children who need healthcare for problems identified during the CHDP exam
Recruit new providers and conduct site visits to assure that the providers give quality well-child exams
Look for trends and work with the community to address specific health risks
Children with full scope Medi-Cal, without a share of cost, from birth through 20 years
Low- to moderate-income children from birth through 18 years
Children in Foster Care
Children in Head Start & State Preschool programs
How to Apply
Application for CHDP services is made at the office or clinic of an enrolled CHDP provider. To locate a CHDP provider in your area, contact your local CHDP program.
If you have questions, and you are a parent of a child under 21 years of age, contact us for more information.
For additional information on CHDP please visit the State website.