Families are a powerful force for sustaining child health and life-long well-being. Child health care providers can engage families as equal members of the care team to build on a family’s strengths and co-create care plans that fit the child and family’s goals and health-related social needs, such as housing and food security.

Following are resources that support engaging families and addressing their social needs.


Identifying Family Strengths and Addressing Health-Related Social Needs

Practical strategies that health care teams can use to identify family strengths and health-related social needs during and outside provider visits.

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