Webinar: Mental Health Policy Briefing - Raising the Priority of California Children with Special Health Care Needs
Wednesday, May 8 from 2-2:30 pm PST
Access to mental health services is an issue of concern for many families of CSHCN. From access to care, to improving coordination of care, and ensuring that disputes about coverage are resolved in a timely manner, there are many challenges to address in California.
The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health will be hosting a 30-minute policy briefing on raising the priority of mental health services and supports for California CSHCN. Speakers from the National Health Law Program will highlight current state policy priorities and share ways to engage.