Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH)

Children with medical handicaps
Linking Families to Medical Providers

Children with Medical Handicaps is a program that provides a Public Health Nurse who coordinates services for families of children with special healthcare needs. CMH helps families pay for the medical care their children need that is not covered by insurance or Medicaid.

Services may include

Needed testing, x-rays, lab work, physician visits, prescriptions, medical equipment and supplies, and public health nurse services

The program is for residents of Ohio age birth – 21 years old and is under the care of a CMH approved medical provider for an eligible chronic medical condition. Examples of eligible medical conditions include but are not limited to hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, hearing loss, diabetes, chronic lung disease, cerebral palsy, scoliosis, epilepsy, and cystic fibrosis.

What is CMH?
CMH Brochure388.57 KB
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For questions please call the Staff Nurse, Tami Bucklew, RN 330-264-9590 ext. 220 or fill out the form below. 

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