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Family Voices is a national family-led organization of families and friends of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and disabilities.  We connect a network of family organizations across the United States that provide support to families of CYSHCN. 

We promote partnership with families at all levels of health care–individual and policy decision-making levels—in order to improve health care services and policies for children.

Do you have a child or teen who has special health care needs or disabilities? Find support in your local community.

¿Tiene un niño o adolescente que tiene necesidades especiales de salud o discapacidades? Haga clic aquí para buscar ayuda.

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Family Voices News

News, Information, Resources (Washington Update, August 29, 2018)

CDC Expands Autism Monitoring Efforts (Disability Scoop, 8/23/18) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced the availability of research grants to assess 16-year-olds who were previously identified as having autism symptoms when they were age...

Upcoming Webinars from the Field (Washington Update, August 22, 2018)

TODAY: A Conversation on Supporting Self-Management in Children and Adolescents with Complex Chronic Conditions Wednesday, August 22, 1:00-2:00 pm ET Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health Background information. TODAY: Protecting Pregnant Women and Babies...

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Our Vision

With families at the center of health care, all children and youth reach their full potential and health disparities are eliminated.

Our Mission

Family Voices is a national organization and grassroots network of families and friends of children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities that promotes partnership with families—including those of cultural, linguistic and geographic diversity—in order to improve health care services and policies for children.

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