COLUMBUS—State Senator Jay Hottinger
(R-Newark) today joined his Senate colleagues in congratulating the Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH) Program for their 100 year commitment to helping families of children with special care needs. CMH links families to a network of quality providers and helps them financially manage the services their children need.
"It is an honor to recognize an organization that has impressively served children in Ohio for over a century," said Hottinger. "Children with Medical Handicaps, and all those who are dedicated to ensuring every child receives the care they deserve, have a right to our utmost admiration. I wish them the best of luck as they continue to do great work for another 100 years."
Formerly known as the Bureau of Children with Medical Handicaps, they strive to provide family-centered services while ensuring their patients receive the most comprehensive care possible. Click here
to find a CMH provider in your area.
"I also want to commend the caregivers who serve Ohio's children in need. I know at times it can be difficult, but the impact and love those children feel because of your care and devotion will never be forgotten," added Hottinger.
For more information on the program and their work for Ohio's kids, visit their website here.