Children’s Special Health for Wyoming Children & Families

Children's Special Health (CSH) is a program for Wyoming's children and youth with special health care needs.  Services available include case management and limited gap-filling financial assistance for those who are eligible.

 Individuals who may be eligible include:

-Children's Special Health (CSH)- Children age 0-18 who have chronic physical, developmental, emotional or behavioral conditions.

-Maternal High Risk (MHR)- Pregnant women who are high risk and received care from a Level III provider out of state (such as Salt Lake).

-Newborn Intensive Care (NBIC)- Infants who are high risk that are delivered or transferred to a Level III nursery out of state (such as Salt Lake).


Call 307-733-6401 to speak with a Public Health Nurse to determine if your are eligible for the program and/or to arrange an appointment to complete an application.