Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for Kentucky's children with special health care needs through quality service, leadership, advocacy, education and collaboration.
See a list of services and programs available to children and youth ages 0-21 with special health care needs.
The state Newborn Hearing Screening Program ensures all newborns receive a hearing screening before leaving the hospital. Newborn hearing screening is the first step in identifying infants with hearing loss and prescribing follow-up care.
Learn more about the Family to Family health information centers and how they provide support to families of children and youth with special health care needs.
Learn more about the KIDPA regional First Steps Point of Entry service in Louisville.
The Kentucky Hemophilia Program provides ongoing care to children and adults with hemophilia and other rare bleeding disorders.
Family consultants are on staff at OCSHCN to help families find resources, facilitate communication with other staff members and support parents seeking services for their children.
Find the location serving your county.
Learn more about services available to children and youth transitioning to adult health care.