We are dedicated to creating and finding the best solutions to help families with children facing ADHD, Anxiety & Depression, Learning Differences and Autism.
CHC often works with local organizations and universities to establish new services that ensure families have the support and tools they need to lead happy and thriving lives.
Early Support Program for Autism (ESPA)
Autism affects 1 in 88 children in the U.S. When a family receives an autism diagnosis, knowing what to do next can be confusing. A joint program between Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford and Children’s Health Council called Early Support Program for Autism or ESPA is now available to provide supportive services at no cost to families after diagnosis. Services include parent education, helping connect with providers and guidance in navigating the education and health care systems. Call 650.723.ESPA (3772) for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about the program, please see this article on Support for the Journey Ahead.
To read about some recent information about the importance of early treatment, see this article from the L.A. Times.
Teen Mental Health Initiative partners:
CHC’s Teen Mental Health Initiative engages community partners to leverage organizations’ areas of expertise to work toward a comprehensive scaffolding for better community health.
- Crisis Text Line
- Project Safety Net
- HEARD Alliance
- Bring Change 2 Mind
- Adolescent Counseling Services
- Parents Education Network
Ravenswood Initiative Partners:
- Ravenswood School District
- Belle Haven
- Boys & Girls Club
- Eastside Prep
Other partners include the following organizations:
Would you like to support or partner with The Center in making an impact on the lives of families? Please contact Dr. Ramsey Khasho at email@example.com.