What services does the CHDP Office provide?
- CHDP offers FREE CHDP Health Exams for low income children.
- CHDP provides education and information about services, resources, and childhood health topics to families and the community:
- Educational presentations
- Health Fairs, hospital tours, and other community events
- CHDP is closely connected to other preventive health programs:
- Childhood Oral Health Education Program (COHEP)
- California Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP)
- Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care (HCPCFC)
- CHDP keeps an up-to-date list of CHDP Medical and Dental providers in Ventura County and will help you find a doctor or dentist for your child.
Who is eligible for CHDP services?
- Children and youth may be eligible for the periodic CHDP well-child exams if they meet one of the following requirements:
- Children and youth on Medi-Cal are eligible for periodic CHDP well-child exams up to their 21st birthday.
- Children and youth determined to be income eligible through the CHDP Gateway can have CHDP Exams until their 19th birthday.
How can I enroll my child in CHDP?
- Parents or guardians can enroll their children in CHDP by scheduling an appointment with a CHDP Medical Provider or Clinic.
Where can I find a CHDP Provider?
Where can I find a Denti-Cal Provider?
Where can I find more information about CHDP?
- Contact us
- Call: (805) 981-5291
- Read our Frequently Asked Questions
- Learn more about CHDP Staff
How medical information about me or a family member be used and disclosed? How can I get access to this information?
- Notice of Privacy Practices (English)
- Aviso de la Política de privacidad (Notice of Privacy Practices - Spanish)