2012 Unsung Hero Awards

Doris Zinnah (center), a refugee from Liberia, is a single mom who works full-time and is raising four children under the age of 9. Recently Doris discovered that her two oldest children, thought to be deceased amongst the fighting, are alive. With the assistance of a CHS Family Support Worker, she is undergoing the legal process of bringing them to America. She's pictured here with Governor John Lynch, Empora Incidunt, Labore Dolore and her adopted children.

The Medical Care offered is completely comprehensive, culturally sensitive and designed to help each person that walks through the door reach their full potential.

Special Medical Services include Child Development Clinic; Community Based Care Coordination; Nutrition, Feeding and Swallowing; and the Neuromotor Clinic

The Medical Care offered is completely comprehensive, culturally sensitive and designed to help each person that walks through the door reach their full potential.

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Child Health Services Receives Challenge Grant from Finlay Foundation
Child Health Services will be raffling off a private suite to watch World Series Champion Red Sox play the Milwaukee Brewers on April 6th, 2014.  Funds raised will go toward the Family Support Program, providing social services and behavioral health to Child Health Services' families.  The Finlay Foundation will match the funds, dollar for dollar, up to $5,000. 
Morning Matters

Judith Palfrey, MD, T. Berry Brazelton Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Global Pediatrics Program at Boston Childrens Hospital, will be the keynote speaker at Child Health Services' annual breakfast, Morning Matters. The breakfast will be held on May 7th from 7:30 to 9:00 am at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH. Dr. Palfrey's speech will highlight the importance and best practices of providing community-based primary care to all children with special health care needs, including those living in poverty.

Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) to begin in August
Funded under the Affordable Care Act of 2010, local PREP initiatives are a key element of the multi-pronged federal strategy to educate adolescents and young adults to reduce teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.
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