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Connecticut Children’s Office for Community
Child Health

Innovating systems and programs that promote children’s healthy development

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health is a national leader in addressing critical contemporary issues that have the potential to adversely affect children’s health and development.

What We Do

Through the work of the Office for Community Child Health, Connecticut Children’s works to build stronger child-serving systems and cultivates innovative and cost-effective solutions that close existing gaps in care.

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Our Work

The Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health (the Office) addresses critical contemporary issues in children’s lives that have the potential to adversely affect their health and development.

The Office not only serves as a critical community resource, but also cultivates innovative and cost-effective solutions to address existing gaps in our health care and child service systems. Its work helps to build a stronger support system for children and their families.

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Our Team

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health is led by Paul Dworkin, MD, a nationally renowned developmental pediatrician.

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Stay Connected

Keep up with the latest news from Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health. Visit our blog, Advancing Kids, for insights on advancing children’s optimal healthy development. Or join us on Twitter by following @advancingkids.

UnitedHealthcare Partnership Delivers Results

A unique 3-year partnership between UnitedHealthcare and Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health has identified ways to strengthen the delivery of child health services to improve health outcomes. The organizations just released a new paper and video that highlight the results of their partnership, which began with a $1 million grant from UnitedHealthcare. Because of that generous support, the Office launched or expanded several programs addressing critical issues impacting children, such as a pilot program to reduce patients’ reliance on the emergency department for mental health crisis intervention.

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