Child and Adolescent Health Centers (CAHC)
Child and Adolescent Health Centers promote the health of children, adolescents and their families by providing important primary, preventative, and early intervention health care services. These centers provide primary care, preventative care, comprehensive health assessment, vision and hearing screening, medication, immunization, treatment of acute illness, co-management of chronic illness, health education and mental health care. The Michigan Child and Adolescent Health Center (CAHC) program is jointly funded by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Michigan Department of Education (MDE). The MDHHS and MDE embrace the notion that "healthy kids learn better" and have collaborated to establish the CAHC program with the aim of increasing access to basic health care for children and teens in Michigan.
- Release of the FY17 CAHC Report Card
- Release of the FY19 Non-Competitive Application
The FY19 Non-Competitive application for continuation of funding for the Child and Adolescent Health Center Program is now available. Applications are due May 18, 2018.
- Comprehensive Needs Assessment Resource
This is a sampling of some of the more common data points for consideration in a comprehensive needs assessment (required of every CAHC/SWP at least every three years)
- Clinical Reporting Tool (CRT) Update
The CRT user guide serves as a tool to assist assigned users in entering and editing quarterly data. This webinar will orient assigned users to the CRT.
- FY18 Minimum Program Requirement Changes Brief
An overview of the FY18 MPR changes, effective October 1, 2017.
- CAHC Mental Health Quality Measure
Voluntary mental health CQI measures for FY18 are detailed.