National Network



Children’s Health Fund’s national network provides comprehensive healthcare services to children living in under-resourced communities throughout the United States. These services include pediatric primary care, mental and behavioral health care, and dental care. Our network connects children and families to accessible resources for a healthy life, with a focus on health education and amplifying community voices. Together, CHF and our national network strive to create systemic change through advocacy efforts, building healthier communities for generations to come.

Breaking Down Barriers to Care

Children’s Health Fund’s national network partners break down barriers to care by bringing quality healthcare and social support directly to where children and families live, learn, and play.

Learn more about Breaking Down Barriers to Care.

What is the Medical Home Model of Care?

Children’s Health Fund’s national network partner programs deliver care using the gold standard Medical Home model, which brings together primary care, behavioral health, case management, dental services, and pharmacy to ensure that a child’s needs are addressed in a comprehensive and coordinated manner.

Learn more about the Medical Home Model of Care.

Social Determinants of Health

Social determinants of health, or social drivers of health, are the personal or community-wide circumstances that influence health and well-being. Children’s Health Fund’s national network addresses social determinants of health through innovative approaches such as mobile health and transportation support, food pantries, school-based healthcare, legal aid services, and more.

Learn more about Social Determinants of Health.

Spotlight on Mental Health

Mental health is an important component of a child’s overall health. Our network’s mental health clinicians help their patients address conditions such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, and substance abuse.

Learn more about CHF’s work in Mental Health.

Spotlight on Immigrant Health

Children’s Health Fund’s national network is uniquely qualified to serve the needs of immigrant children, including undocumented and unaccompanied children, refugees, and U.S.-born children with undocumented parents, guardians, or siblings.The national network provides quality, culturally competent care and connects families to social and legal services.

Learn more about CHF’s work in Immigrant Health.


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