Local on-the-ground CHAPs are available in 26 Michigan counties. These on-the-ground CHAPs offer a range of services. To contact a local CHAP directly, please dial 2-1-1.

Genesee CHAP ensures that children have access to a medical home and that they are effectively using it. The CHAP team of nurses, social workers, community health workers, and nutritionists assist families with:

Parent education (including lead education) | Home and community-based nurse case management (for health conditions such as lead exposure, asthma, diabetes, and obesity) | Care coordination | Patient navigation | Referrals to community resources| Interpretation and transportation services.

Genesee CHAP is a program of the Greater Flint Health Coalition.

Genesee CHAP community partners include:

Akpinar's Children's Clinic | Evelyn Delrosario, M.D. | Genesee County Asthma Network | Genesee County Health Department | Genesee Health Plan | Genesee Health System | Genesee Intermediate School District | Genesys Family Health Center | George Zureikat, M.D. | Greater Flint Health Coalition | Hamilton Community Health Network | Hurley's Children's Clinic | McLaren Family Residency Clinic | McLaren Health Plan | Michigan Department of Health and Human Services | Molina Health Plan of Michigan | Mott Children's Health CenterNuzhat Ali, M.D. United Way of Genesee County (2-1-1 system)

 

Who is eligible?

All children living in Genesee County who are insured by Medicaid or have an elevated blood lead level (5mg/dL or greater) are eligible for Genesee CHAP services. Families may be referred to Genesee CHAP through participating pediatric practices and Medicaid health plans, 2-1-1 system, schools, other local partner organizations, or self-referrals.

 

Contact

Susan Schneberger, LMSW, ACSW, J.D.
(810) 953-2427

 

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Ingham CHAP promotes access to a medical home for children from birth to age 17 and assists with connections to resources to improve child wellness. The Ingham County CHAP program is part of CareHub. CareHub helps bridge gaps in care by connecting adults and children to needed health and social service resources. To sign up online for CHAP or another one of our CareHub programs (using our secure form), click here

 

Who is eligible?

Children from birth to age 17 who are eligible for Medicaid and attend one of the participating CHAP primary care offices.

 

Contact

Kristen Donnelly
p. (517) 336-3774
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Kalamazoo CHAP is housed within Kalamazoo Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. The Kalamazoo CHAP works with Medicaid pediatric patients in Kalamazoo County to promote access to quality medical care. They also work with families to address individual needs to improve overall health. These services include education, Medicaid eligibility issues, barriers to getting to medical appointments, community resources, behavioral health referrals, and education on the importance of immunizations and well-child visits.

 

Who is eligible?

Kalamazoo CHAP services are available for Kalamazoo County resident children birth through age 17 with Medicaid or Medicaid eligible who attend our partner Pediatric Practices:

Borgess ProMed Pediatrics | Bronson Rambling Rd Pediatrics | WMed Pediatrics Clinic Pediatrics, PC

 

Contact

269-553-7072
CHAP@kazoocmh.org

 

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Kent CHAP assists families in navigating the healthcare system and maintaining the health of their children. Kent CHAP provides case management services, connections to community resources, and addresses social determinants of health (SDoH). 

Kent CHAP can help with:
Assistance in finding a child’s medical and dental home | In-home asthma and COPD education | Help with free transportation to qualifying medical and dental home visits for CHAP eligible children | Home visits from Community Health Workers, Social Workers or Nurses to give extra help finding and navigating community resources and healthcare services | Links to counseling and other social work services

 

Who is eligible?

Kent CHAP is open to children from birth to age 17 who have Priority Health Medicaid, Molina Medicaid, or are uninsured.

 

Contact

(616) 726-8204
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Macomb CHAP serves Macomb and Oakland County children from birth through age 17 who qualify for Medicaid benefits. Their services include helping families sign up for Medicaid, finding doctors and dentists for children, providing in-home asthma education, and providing free transportation to and from appointments.

 

Who is eligible?

Children ages birth to 17 residing in Macomb or Oakland Counties who qualify for or receive Medicaid benefits.  

 
 

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Northwest Michigan CHAP helps families work with their medical home to connect them with the support needed to make sure their child is healthy. Northwest CHAP focused on behavioral health and oral health.

 

Who is eligible?

Children from birth to age 18 living in Charlevoix, Antrim, Emmet, or Otsego counties. Must be a Medicaid recipient and enrolled in participating CHAP practice or participating health plan.

 

Contact

Natalie Kasiborski
231-347-5144

 

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The Saginaw Children's Health Access Program (S-CHAP) helps you keep your kids healthy by making it easier for your child to feel better. How? By helping you to find the right doctor and connecting you with the information, medical treatment options and community services you and your child need.

S-CHAP works with your doctor to help you stay connected so you don't have to use the emergency room so often. CHAP helps to coordinate resources for you and your family to get to your doctor appointments and S-CHAP can help you to get information about your child's medications, health concerns and nutrition. Most importantly, S-CHAP wants to make sure that your child is healthy.

S-CHAP is working with the community on a special project to connect families for support and programs that provide education, prevention and support to address childhood obesity. Contact S-CHAP for a referral to a community partner that is offering programs and supports for childhood obesity.

 

Who is eligible?

Children from birth through age 17 who are enrolled in Medicaid, including their family.

 

Contact

Colleen Sproul
989-272-0249

 

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Upper Peninsula CHAP (UP CHAP) provides enhanced CHAP services to callers in the UP. These services consist of Medicaid navigation, Health Plan information and navigation, Medical Home information and navigation, connection to Social Determinants of Health resources and referrals, and transportation services coordination. Referrals for UP CHAP are obtained from partnering Medical Homes and 2-1-1 via MI-CHAP screening/referral.

 

Who is eligible?

Children from birth to age 18, on Medicaid or uninsured and who live in the Upper Peninsula

 

Contact

Mary Ross
906-217-3010
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WCHAP is committed to improving the health of the children in Detroit and Wayne County by helping parents and their children get the most out of their relationship with their pediatrician or family physician. WCHAP provides health education to families and acts as a voice for issues concerning children's health. WCHAP has a multi-disciplinary team who work with doctors to refer families for a variety of reasons including well-child exams, lead screening, immunizations, and assisting parents with barriers to keeping their doctor appointments. Our services include support for preventative healthcare; asthma education which includes home visits; early hearing screening and Fit Kids 360, an 8 week healthy lifestyles program children 5-17 and their families, who are struggling with obesity.

 

WCHAP works with 8 health plans and many primary care physicians to help their members understand and recieve health care. They are integrated into a large multidisciplinary system in Detroit - Wayne County which is the largest county in the state of Michigan.

 

Who is eligible?

Children from ages birth to 17 who qualify for Medicaid health insurance.

 

Contact

Dr. Teresa Holtrop
(313) 863-2427
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