Family-to-Family Health Information Center Fiscal Year 2017 Data Brief
Each year the 51 Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2Fs) in each state and the District of Columbia, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), work with families with children and youth with special health care needs (CYSCHN) to help them understand and navigate through the maze of programs and services available to help them.
In addition, F2Fs assist providers, state and federal agencies, legislators, and other stakeholders to better understand and serve CYSCHN and their families.
In the last fiscal year (2016-2017), F2Fs reached and provided information to almost 1 million families and more than 341,000 professionals. They trained and assisted over 180,000 families and over 85,000 professionals.
This 2017 Data Brief provides an overview of what these F2Fs do, answering such questions as:
- What are F2Fs?
- Who are CYSCHN?
- Why do families of CYSCHN Need Special Help?
- How do F2Fs help families?
- What information do F2Fs provide?
- How do F2Fs help providers and systems?
- What other purposes do F2Fs serve?
- How do F2Fs make a difference?
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