Division of
Family Health

The Division of Family Health partners with individuals, families, and communities to improve health, safety, and quality of life through education, prevention, screening, assessment, monitoring, and interventions.

The Division of Family Health is to support quality care for the most vulnerable citizens of the State of Utah. This quality assurance is a value, which is accomplished through the use of regulatory standards, processes, and authorities. The division additionally works to achieve continuous improvement and evidence-based decision making both internally to the division, and externally through the numerous programs and partners that we operate and coordinate.

Office of Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)

The mission of CSHCN is to improve the health and quality of life for children with special health care needs, and their families, through early screening and detection, data integration, care coordination, education, intervention, and life transitions.

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Office of Maternal and Child Health (MCH)

The office of Maternal and Child Health supports the Utah Department of Health and Human Services’ mission to reduce illness, disability, and death among women of childbearing ages, children, and youth in the State. The office identifies health concerns, prioritizes strategies to address needs, develops programs, coordinates efforts, and develops resources to address health issues for mothers and children.

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The Office of Early Childhood

The Office of Early Childhood promotes and enhances positive growth, development, and learning for every Utah child from birth through age 8.

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Office of Coordinated Care and Regional Support (CC&RS)

The Office of Coordinated Care and Regional Supports mission is to create individualized services, develop contracts, monitor internal and external service effectiveness and evaluate qualitative and quantitative data to help shape how and what services have outcomes and the greatest success for children, youth, families with significant mental illness, emotional disturbance and/or behavioral disorders.

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