California Sustainability Resources

California is home to nearly 1.4 million babies and toddlers that represent 3.4 percent of the state’s population. As many as 36.2 percent live in households with incomes less than twice the federal poverty line. Learn more about how infants, toddlers, and their families are faring in California.  

California’s infants, toddlers, and families deserve equitable opportunities for a strong, healthy start in life. California continues to implement strong policies and investments to promote good health. See where there are existing HealthySteps sites in California. 

California Sustainability Resources 

California Billing and Coding 
  • The HealthySteps Billing and Coding Guide highlights commonly billable HealthySteps and HealthySteps-aligned services with corresponding allowable, billable providers within California.   
  • The HealthySteps Billing & Coding Opportunities – Pathways to Reimbursement resource is a technical guide, based on national guidelines, for the billing and reimbursement experts at your site. It is designed to maximize understanding of HealthySteps-related services and potential reimbursement. 
  • Coming soon: Webinar series on best practices for using the HealthySteps Billing and Coding Guide to secure funding. 

Questions about funding for HealthySteps sites in California? Please contact [email protected].

In the News 


California is a leader in the development of policies that positively impact young children and families and often sets a standard for other states and the nation to follow. 


Marketplace: California is reshaping Medicaid to bring new health services to families  

Los Angeles Times: California is set to make a big investment in treating parents and children together 

LAist: Need Parenting Help? Therapy? Food? California Pediatrician Offices May Soon Be Able to Help


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