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Child & Adolescent Health Center Program

Child and Adolescent Health Centers (CAHC)

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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.

What's New? 

FY23 Clinical and SWP NCAP

This NCAP is for the following site types:

  • Clinical sites with MPCA contracts
  • Clinical sites in EGRAMS* (2020 awards)
  • Network sites (clinical, SWP, BHS)
  • School Wellness programs with MPCA contracts
  • School Wellness programs in EGRAMS* (2020 awards)

E3 instructions for EGRAMS renewals will be available on the listserv.

Completed applications are due Thursday, June 30, 2022.

The instructions and associated forms covering the period of October 1, 2022-September 30, 2023 are provided.  All renewals are non-competitive and must be done by each funded site. New 2022 grantee sites do not respond to this and should wait for further instruction. See May 19, 2022 Listserv for more information or contact kovalchickk@michigan.gov.

Return to Services Guidance Documents for Child & Adolescent Health Centers in Michigan