California’s infants, toddlers, and families deserve equitable opportunities for a strong, healthy start in life.
The good news? The state continues to implement strong policies and investments to promote good health, creating opportunities to fund evidence-based programs like HealthySteps.
Babies & Toddlers in California
Source: ZERO TO THREE, State of Babies Yearbook, 2023.
Billing, Coding, and Payment Resources
Families with small children in California often struggle to access preventive care — things like behavioral and developmental screenings and vaccines — that could help them be healthier and happier in the long run...
When a parent takes an infant to the Children’s Health Center in San Francisco for a routine checkup, a pediatrician will check the baby’s vitals and ask how the child is doing at home...
California Children’s Trust’s Alex Briscoe and ZERO TO THREE’s Patricia Cole joined CAP for a webinar discussion about the social determinants of health and the importance of prioritizing holistic child and family policy. Alex talked about reimagining billing and care in California to prioritize dyadic, preventive models like HealthySteps.