Funded by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Division of Maternal, Child, and Family Health (MCFH) and the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
91% of primary caregivers are better able to advocate for the best health care for their child
90% of primary caregivers reported feeling capable of providing adequate care for their child
88% of primary caregivers reported feeling capable of obtaining medical and social services for their family
The Health Intervention Program (HIP) offers direct services to families that have one or more children from newborn to age 21 with a special health care need. Health Promotion Council is one of three providers of HIP services in Philadelphia funded through MCFH. Other providers are: LaSalle Neighborhood Nursing Center and Congreso de Latinos Unidos.
Since 2006, Health Promotion Council’s HIP program has served 150 families annually through advocacy, referrals, assistance with service system navigation, and education. The overall goal of HIP is to improve the health outcomes for children with special health care needs by strengthening parent and child skills and knowledge in navigating medical and social services, advocating for necessary services, and communicating with medical professionals. HIP also works to increase family members’ understanding of each child’s unique developmental needs.
Congreso de Latinos Unidos
LaSalle Neighborhood Nursing Center
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Saint Christopher’s Hospital
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