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Whether you know exactly what’s going on with your child and are ready to get help, or you just know something’s not right and are looking for answers, CHC Clinical Services is here for you and your family. We’ve been a trusted community resource for over 65 years providing life-changing services for ADHD, learning differences, anxiety and depression and autism.
You get a quick response so your child can start to feel better soon.
Your team works together to really understand your child.
Your child will get better because evaluation and therapy work.
For over 65 years, families in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties have come to rely on CHC as a trusted partner and top-rated provider of life-changing services. We are proud of our impact and client satisfaction. We are honored to get to know your family. Read more of CHC’s impact and outcomes.
who received evaluations would return to CHC for services.
see positive gains after 6-12 months of therapy.
are highly satisfied with the evaluation they received at CHC.
are satisfied with their first appointment at CHC.
CHC is like family. They took us under their wing and made sure we got the help and healing we needed for our son and for ourselves.— CHC Parent
Our CEO Dr. Rosalie Whitlock shares, “We are so fortunate to have an exceptional professional like Vidya on our staff--a deeply compassionate and committed individual who can provide strong leadership in this critical role at CHC.” Dr. Krishnan brings a ...
The Board of Directors for Children’s Health Council (CHC) today announced that the organization’s Chief Executive Officer Rosalie Whitlock, PhD. has made the decision to retire a year from now on June 30, 2022, beginning a thoughtfully-planned leadership transition that ...
Clinical Psychologist and Early Childhood Program Manager for CHC, Melanie Hsu, PhD, discusses five important areas of child development and when to consider seeking help.
Individuals with ADHD and learning differences (LD) often experience stress, anxiety and other mental health conditions. Chief Schools Officer at CHC, Chris Harris, MEd, discusses the interrelated nature of ADHD, LD and anxiety and how you can support your child.
In good times and in hard times, parents can take steps to help their children strengthen their emotional competence. Parents may not always feel up to this task, yet parenting can be an opportunity for adults to strengthen their own emotional intelligence.