Adolescent Health Transition Programs

Programs that help adolescents with chronic diseases or disabilities make a successful transition to adult health care providers. There is usually a period of co-management during which a child is seen by pediatric specialists and adult providers; and an adult care plan is generally developed by the team to document current diagnoses and therapies, and lay out guidelines for the frequency of medical visits to specialists and primary care providers, the role of each adult provider in the overall care plan, and the frequency of lab studies and other clinical evaluations. (AIRS LH-6300.0230)

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Organization Name: DPHHS
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Helena, MT
Phone: 406-841-2400
Eligibility: To be eligible for the CFCIP, a youth must be: Between the ages of 14-21, currently in foster care, likely to "age out" of the foster care system, has aged out of the foster care system or has achieved guardianship or adoption after the age of 16.
Services Provided: •Life skills instruction
•Educational/Vocational Assistance
•Transitional living plans
•Life skills assessments
•Youth Advisory Board
•Education and Training Vouchers through Reach Higher Montana
Source: Montana Children's Special Health Services
Last Updated: 12/26/2019


1615 M Street NW, Suite 290
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-223-1500
Services Provided: Dedicated to improving health care transition supports for youth moving into the adult health care system, offers education, resources, tools, and state policy advocacy for youth, families, providers, and states. The Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition 2.0 define the basic components of health care transition support.
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Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/7/2020
2134 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 200520001
Phone: 202-454-1220
Services Provided: A national clearinghouse on post-secondary education for individuals with disabilities, managed by The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development.

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Last Updated: 8/7/2019