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2019 Youth Substance Use Prevention Summit

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Travis County Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (YSAPC) 2019 Youth Substance Use Prevention Summit Developing a youth-centered, cross-sector community of practice to promote health and prevent/reduce youth substance misuse On June 4, 2019, Children’s Optimal Health joined Cardea, the DSHS Office of Women’s Health, and Lifeworks in hosting the YSAPC Youth Substance Use Prevention Summit.… Continue Reading 2019 Youth Substance Use Prevention Summit

All Kids Count: The Importance of a 2020 Census Complete Count for Central Texans

Friday, April 26, 2019

Every ten years a constitutionally-mandated census is conducted by the United States Census Bureau to determine the distribution of the nation’s population. With the 2020 Census fast approaching, efforts by several organizations are underway to ensure that census takers are able to gather a complete count of everyone in the nation. Read more about the… Continue Reading All Kids Count: The Importance of a 2020 Census Complete Count for Central Texans

COH Welcomes Veronda Durden

Friday, March 1, 2019

Children’s Optimal Health is pleased to announce the recent addition of Veronda Durden to our Governing Board. Veronda serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Any Baby Can. With a 40-year history in Central Texas, Any Baby Can guides parents in building confidence, nurturing relationships, and planning for the future so that children—and… Continue Reading COH Welcomes Veronda Durden

Designing a Family-Centered Care Plan for Children with Special Needs

Friday, October 19, 2018

Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic was funded by the Community Health Peer Learning Program (CHP) to provide a patient-controlled common technology platform that improves care coordination for families of children with medical and behavioral complexity in Austin, TX. The platform brings together individuals and entities involved of the care of the child, with the family at… Continue Reading Designing a Family-Centered Care Plan for Children with Special Needs