CMH Medical Application (pdf)
Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) is a healthcare program offered by the Ohio Department of Health that provides diagnostic and treatment programs that link families with providers and may help pay for some of the medical services of eligible children.
To be eligible for CMH a child must:
The purpose of the CMH diagnostic program is to rule out or diagnose a medically handicapping condition and to help develop a plan of treatment. Services include office visits to CMH approved physicians as well as diagnostic tests and Public Health Nurse Services. There are no financial qualifications for this program.
The purpose of the CMH treatment program is to provide ongoing treatment services for medically and financially eligible children. Services include office visits to CMH approved physicians, prescription medications, therapy, hearing aides, surgery, medical equipment and Public Health Nurse Services.
Public Health Nurse Services
Public Health Nurse Services are available to families interested in enrolling in CMH, as well as all families enrolled in any CMH program. Services include health education, referrals to other agencies/services and home visits. In addition Nurses help families understand their child's plan of treatment and explain the CMH program, letter or approval.
For more information please contact us.
CMH is a tax-supported program within the Ohio Department of Health.
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