What is California Children’s Services (CCS)?
CCS is a state program for children under 21 whose medical conditions qualify them for CCS assistance such as certain diseases, chronic health problems, and physical disabilities. Children that meet medical, residential and financial criteria (as defined by CCS) are eligible for diagnostic evaluations, treatment services, case management, and physical/occupational therapy.
To learn more about the CCS program overview, covered services, and/or how to become a CCS Provider visit the California Department of Health Care Services. You can also search for a list of CCS participating Providers.