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Louisiana – Family to Family Health Information Center
Family to Family Health Information Center provides services and support for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and their Families – Ages 0-26. Part of our mission at the Family to Family Health Information Center is to bring you information and training to help you advocate for better health services and outcomes for you and your child. Part of achieving that is teaching parents and transitioning youth skills that will help them become active participants in partnerships with individuals in the medical field, and those who work to draft new programs for children and youth with special health care needs in Louisiana.
In order to serve you right in your own backyard, Bayou Land Families Helping Families has partnered with Families Helping Families Resource Centers across the state to bring you Louisiana's Family to Family Health Information Center.
Bayou Land Families Helping Families is an initiative of the Louisiana Developmental Disabilities Council.
Bayou Land Families Helping Families is a family directed resource center for families who have children with disabilities or special needs, adults with disabilities or special needs, and professionals.
Our Information Specialists are parents of children or youth with special health care needs. They are uniquely qualified to understand the issues and concerns of families who have children with special health care needs. They are available to assist you in locating resources in your community, our state and nationwide that will help you support your child.
Family to Family Health Information Center provides the following services and supports:
- Support to families
- Provides information to families on their child's health care challenges and on navigating the health care financing maze.
- We attend health fairs to reach the public making them aware of programs and services that are offered in the community.
- Provide trainings on services and resources available to families and on how to advocate for better health care services in our state.
For more information on F2FHIC or to locate an Information Specialist in your region, please reference contact information below